30 Second excerpt of the editioned DVD companion to the "Suffolk Deluxe Electric Bicycle I" installation by Dev Harlan and Olek.
Edition of 100 with two AP's. Currently vailable directly from the artists here:
Test for the "Stations Lost" video score. "Stations Lost" is a live show written and starring Tony Fitzpatrick which will be up at Steppenwolf's Garage Theater July 7 - 24th, 2011. Directed by Ann Filmer; Featuring Lynne Jordan, Stan Klein and John Rice; Video Projections by Kristin Reeves
Sharon Butler talks about her work
This video presents a behind-the-scenes look at the Contemporary Arts Center's exhibition 'Jimmy Baker: Remote Viewing' and insight into the artist's process. Listen as Baker explains his unique, multi-step approach to creating a finished canvas, and watch how his show came together at the CAC.
More about the exhibition: contemporaryartscenter.org/jimmy-baker
A special thanks to Jimmy Baker and Phil Valois for scoring the music.
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I live in 34th Street, Midtown Manhattan. Every day, before I take the subway I pick up a free newspaper and read it while I go to my studio in the Bronx. Once I am there, and by the means of painting, scanning, projecting, re-sizing and installing I transform a common object (newspaper) into art, rendering the common object strange. Instead of the traditional format of a newspaper I pin the sheets next to each other in a formal manner onto the walls and floors, deconstructing the newspaper and creating an architecture of information. I paint the sheets with green clothes die and fluorescent pink paint. Highlighting the articles that catch my attention with fluorescent paint is the way in which I render my own irrationality in the way in which I understand the world. I scan the articles that I have previously highlighted and project them onto a wall covered in the history of Wikileaks. I hang the prepainted sheets of paper to dry from a drawing-ceiling that I have created with ribbon. Through this process the studio is changing every day, therefore it becomes an architecture of information that changes with the passing of time, day by day; this is why the installation is called time capsule.
Artist: Sara Conde
Documentation: Aracelis Diamantis
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I appreciate the attempt. At the same time, this video needs editing badly. I would have liked to actually SEE the pieces, rather than zooming in and out with a shaky camera.
Good try, though.
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