1. The Art of Renee Duke


    from Stephen Eckelberry / Added

    264 Plays / / 1 Comment

    This is a tribute to my mother, artist Renee Duke, who passed away on January 2nd, 2011. this is just some of her art work, painted all over the world over 50 years. Though she painted all her life, it wasn't until she received her formal training at the Beaux Art in Paris that she began her serious work. For more information about Renee's art, visit her website: http://reneeduke.com/ Song: "Your Everything" by Chick Corea, Flora Purim vocals

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    • Dragonfly Festival - day after day after day....


      from Drago NFly / Added

      205 Plays / / 1 Comment

      A glimpse into the unique world that is Dragonfly Festival - the award winning 3 day multiarts event taking place among houses and fires of a prehistoric (reconstruction) village situated in rural sweden. Artists and guests travel from all over the world to take part in this small but magical festival that has people whispering the words - 'I wish it was life'.... This short film features images from Dragonfly Festival 2010, including music from main stage headliners José Gonzalez and Little Dragon and stunning still photography from Malin Johansson. Filmed and Edited by Ben Dearlove.

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      • Quench - Alec Manning


        from New Trier Art Department / Added

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        Following the sounds of quenching thirst with a glass of lemonade.

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        • Map of the Empire (extract)


          from paul murnaghan / Added

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          Split screen video loop 14:10 2010 (extract 3:11) ‘Map of the Empire’ is gleaned from footage shot during Murnaghan’s utopian project ‘Neocredo’ where he travelled extensively in Europe posing a question through various media, ’if you had the opportunity to compose the opening line of a universal hymn, what would it be and how would you sing it’? In this new work, liberties are taken, conversations in transit, in bars and extraneous material is dropped into the mix. Opinion replaces objectivity. There is a casual misrepresentation and disregard for stated beliefs through the overlaying of various answers. Last screened at the 'Blasphemy' exhibition, The Dock, Carrick-on-Shannon.

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          • On-site at UVP Everson: Jeff Gibson


            from Urban Video Project / Added

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            "Smoke" (2010) "Asylum" (2010) Screens January 2011 every Thursday through Sunday from 5PM to 11:30PM. On view at UVP Everson (north facade of The Everson Museum of Art). Light Work and Urban Video Project are pleased to present two new videos, "Asylum" and "Smoke" (both 2010), by Australian-born, New York artist Jeff Gibson. In "Asylum" Gibson takes a leaf from each of his two most recent artist’s books: "Dupe: A Partial Compendium of Everyday Delusions" (a dictionary of quasi-clinical, art-world pathologies; sardonic but earnest) and "Sarsaparilla to Sorcery" (a picture book exploring perceptual ambiguities between allusive abstract photographic images and taxonomic illustrations swiped from old encyclopedia Britannica). Through a chain of slow, poetic dissolves, the video blends psychologistic text with dreamy, morphic imagery into a weirdly visceral stream of consciousness. Similarly, "Smoke" combines quack psychological text with abstract photography and pages appropriated from encyclopedia, this time the World Book series. However, whereas "Asylum" is slow and panoramic in range, "Smoke" is faster, shorter, and distinctly gothic in character—more pointed, and, though humorous, blackly so. Jeff Gibson has worked in a variety of media and contexts—painting, photography, video, posters, banners, and books, for galleries and public spaces. A former senior editor of Art&Text magazine, Gibson moved to New York in 1998 to work for Artforum, where he is currently managing editor. In recent years he has produced two artist’s books ("Dupe: A Partial Compendium of Everyday Delusions" and "Sarsaparilla to Sorcery"), exhibited on the Panasonic Astrovision screen in Times Square as part of Creative Time’s “59th Minute” program, and mounted solo shows at the New York Academy of Sciences and Luxe Gallery, New York. He is represented by Stephan Stoyanov Gallery (formerly Luxe) in New York.

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            • Autopsia - Radical Machine 1.0


              from Autopsia & Achtar / Added

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              From Radical Machines Night Landsapes CD, Illuminating Technologies 2008

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              • Extracts from 'Penumbra' video triptych.


                from paul murnaghan / Added

                73 Plays / / 0 Comments

                Shot over a period of six years, Murnaghan constructed this work within the confines of a small suburban garden at the rear of his Dublin studio. The garden served as an ontological notebook envisaging ideas through opportune recordings and structured scenarios.

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                • Sanctient


                  from Mirart / Added

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                  • Speak Up! Hong Kong


                    from Artist Company / Added

                    102 Plays / / 0 Comments

                    Hong Kong’s original artist networking night. As a dynamic hub for artists, designers, musicians, dancers and filmmakers to showcase a broad spectrum of untapped talent, EVENT strives to bring all types of creative media to the masses in its pure and original form. Event engages audiences, stimulates new ideas and enriches the art culture within the community. Event will continue to grow and work close with artists, stimulating minds and embracing visions.

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                    • Quadri d'esposizione


                      from Sofia Vignoli / Added

                      63 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      Graphic and Art Direction.

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