Monthly Archives: January 2016

Recombinant Media and Heat In Winter

Our 21st century challenge is how to combine materials, tools, and other artists to reveal new visions and new forms. With vast access to metals, laminates, fabrics, catalogs of pigments and tools from armies of printers, to libraries of software, … Continue reading

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Eye In The Sky

When we make maps we imagine a floor plan, a plot plan, a city plan, or even a global plan. Our point of view is directly overhead. If we tip our point of view a few degrees we get a … Continue reading

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Playing In the Street

Let’s dial back to 1490. Italian landscapes were incidental backgrounds to  religious storylines. The moral authority and purpose of the painting was their sacred story. But, occupying the distance was a landscape with silhouetted cities and trees, meandering serpentine roads, … Continue reading

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