1. Printing Today Only

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    from William Evertson Added 42 0 1

    The making of the Seeking Kali Artist Collective's artist book collaboration Today Only. Today Only is an accordion book that consists of poetry coupled with images shot on location in Belgium and Paris, France. Today Only is based on a series of performance art works staged in those countries during the spring of 2012 that explore the nature of temporality.

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    • Atlanta Art billboards

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      Atlanta Billboards There is something fishy in Atlanta! Two members of the international artist collective, Seeking Kali, have turned their imaginations loose in an aquatic salute to one of the world’s greatest aquariums. Atlanta is the 10th city to host art created by the collective for roadside display as part of The Billboard Project. Paying homage to nature’s breathtaking underwater life forms. Here, we venture into art's purist form of creativity, colors and explore life we rarely have access to: a world beyond our human dimension. In this series, Susan Shulman and William Evertson have created 40 new and original digital images for these consecutive postings that can be viewed on the billboard located on Peachtree Road NE. The board faces north, so you will see the images while driving southbound. These digital manipulated visuals are comprised of mixed media: painting, photography and drawing. Once the images are created a video is developed promoting original music and musicians from Australia, Canada and the United States. Seeking Kali billboard videos are extension of their artistic exploration of the collective spirit. We like to promote original music, and musicians in our videos that are extension of all our elements. We believe in the collective spirit. Music and lyrics: Busy Kingdom from Australia. itunes.apple.com/au/album/turn-off-your-tv/id494148792 “Seeking Kali is three artists: William Evertson (US), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium) and Susan Shulman (Canada) who in 2010 explored connecting their individual creative processes through social media platforms to create bodies of work involving traditional and non-traditional art forms. These social media platforms quickly became virtual studio spaces that the three artists used to invite other artists to come into and collaborate. As hip and revolutionary as Warhol’s Factory, their studio blogs have attracted artists from around the globe housing such projects as Seeking Kali and The Medusa Gaze as well as generating and linking live art exhibits in dozens of cities around the world. " * *Written by Marshal Garfield - Artistic Director of Labinmotion For more information: http://www.seekingkali.com

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      • 100 thousand poets 4 change: Medusa Gaze

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        My art and spoken word will be featured at this years "100 Thousand Poets 4 Change" in Montreal September 29. It is an international grassroots event focusing on the arts, especially poetry, music, and the literary arts. These images are from some of my latest art project http://www.seekingkali.blogspot.ca I am part of a collective Seeking Kali with William Evertson and Ria Vanden Eynde and "Medusa Gaze" is visually speaking out against sexual harassment. We created the Medusa project as a way to empower women and confront society with its responsibility. By sharing stories and showing images/video of women expressing their reproval and their determination not to be intimidated, we claim the right for women to walk freely and safely on our city streets. http://www.susanshulman.com http://www.seekingkali.com http://www.medusagaze.com http://medusagaze.tumblr.com I like to promote original music, and musicians in my videos that are extension of all my elements. I believe in the collective spirit. Music courtesy of Marlowe Street Productions ©2012

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        • Seeking Kali Quincy Billboards

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          Seeking Kali is three artists: William Evertson (USA), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium), and Susan Shulman (Canada), who in 2010 explored connecting their individual creative processes through social media platforms to create bodies of work involving traditional and non-traditional art forms. These social media platforms quickly became virtual studio spaces that the three artists used to invite other artists to come into and collaborate. As hip and revolutionary as Andy Warhol’s studio 54, their studio blogs have attracted artists from around the globe, housing such projects as "Seeking Kali" and "The Medusa Gaze" as well as generating and linking live art exhibits in dozens of cities around the world. Like all artists, our Seeking Kali collective shares the frustrations of endless rounds of grant applications, presentations to galleries, promotion and still having the energy to produce art. There has to be more to it than luck, persistence and talent. We've put our heads together and come to some rather startling conclusions. In our Kalicorp Art Mysteries we share what we've learned about the treacherous place known as Art World. we have used these elements we created from our zines for the on going billboard projects for 2012. seekingkali.com/graphic-novels.html We like to promote original music, and musicians in our videos that are extension of all our elements. We believe in the collective spirit. Music and lyrics: ©2007 REGENERATION New Roots Regge Generation

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          • Seeking Medusa Artist Call

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            Seeking Kali Artist Collective - William Evertson (US), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium) and Susan Shulman (Canada) "Seeking Kali is three artists: William Evertson (US), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium) and Susan Shulman (Canada) who in 2010 explored connecting their individual creative processes through social media platforms to create bodies of work involving traditional and non-traditional art forms. These social media platforms quickly became virtual studio spaces that the three artists used to invite other artists to come into and collaborate. As hip and revolutionary as Warhol’s Factory, their studio blogs have attracted artists from around the globe housing such projects as Seeking Kali and The Medusa Gaze as well as generating and linking live art exhibits in dozens of cities around the world. "Written by Marshal Garfield - Artistic Director of Labinmotion Welcome to Seeking Kali. Born of a discussion of myth and archetype, the manifestations of Kali are many. She is mother, she is goddess in all her glory, she devours time as a symbol of dissolution and destruction. Kali destroys ignorance and restores order. This year the Artist Collective Seeking Kali is sponsoring an artist call for work in all media concerning the myth of MEDUSA. http://www.seekingkali.com

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            • Detroit Seeking Kali Billboards

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              Seeking Kali is three artists: William Evertson (USA), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium), and Susan Shulman (Canada), who in 2010 explored connecting their individual creative processes through social media platforms to create bodies of work involving traditional and non-traditional art forms. These social media platforms quickly became virtual studio spaces that the three artists used to invite other artists to come into and collaborate. As hip and revolutionary as Andy Warhol’s studio 54, their studio blogs have attracted artists from around the globe, housing such projects as "Seeking Kali" and "The Medusa Gaze" as well as generating and linking live art exhibits in dozens of cities around the world. Like all artists, our Seeking Kali collective shares the frustrations of endless rounds of grant applications, presentations to galleries, promotion and still having the energy to produce art. There has to be more to it than luck, persistence and talent. We've put our heads together and come to some rather startling conclusions. In our Kalicorp Art Mysteries we share what we've learned about the treacherous place known as Art World. we have used these elements we created from our zines for the on going billboard projects for 2012. seekingkali.com/graphic-novels.html We like to promote original music, and musicians in our videos that are extension of all our elements. We believe in the collective spirit. The Theme for these Detroit billboards are Motors and R&B Music. SONG TITLE: BOOGALOO ON CLARK STREET PERFORMED BY: BLACK JOE LEWIS WITH THE SOUL DISTRIBUTORS WRITTEN BY: B. WESTMORE PAPA BILL RECORDS - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2012

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              • Seeking Kali Salem Billboard project

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                Seeking Kali is three artists: William Evertson (USA), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium), and Susan Shulman (Canada), who in 2010 explored connecting their individual creative processes through social media platforms to create bodies of work involving traditional and non-traditional art forms. These social media platforms quickly became virtual studio spaces that the three artists used to invite other artists to come into and collaborate. As hip and revolutionary as Andy Warhol’s studio 54, their studio blogs have attracted artists from around the globe, housing such projects as "Seeking Kali" and "The Medusa Gaze" as well as generating and linking live art exhibits in dozens of cities around the world. Like all artists, our Seeking Kali collective shares the frustrations of endless rounds of grant applications, presentations to galleries, promotion and still having the energy to produce art. There has to be more to it than luck, persistence and talent. We've put our heads together and come to some rather startling conclusions. In our Kalicorp Art Mysteries we share what we've learned about the treacherous place known as Art World. we have used these elements we created from our zines for the on going billboard projects for 2012. seekingkali.com/graphic-novels.html We like to promote original music, and musicians in our videos that are extension of all our elements. We believe in the collective spirit. Music and lyrics: Busy Kingdom from Australia. itunes.apple.com/au/album/turn-off-your-tv/id494148792

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                • Seeking Kali (ArtMysteries) Richmond Billboard project

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                  Seeking Kali is three artists: William Evertson (USA), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium), and Susan Shulman (Canada), who in 2010 explored connecting their individual creative processes through social media platforms to create bodies of work involving traditional and non-traditional art forms. These social media platforms quickly became virtual studio spaces that the three artists used to invite other artists to come into and collaborate. As hip and revolutionary as Andy Warhol’s studio 54, their studio blogs have attracted artists from around the globe, housing such projects as "Seeking Kali" and "The Medusa Gaze" as well as generating and linking live art exhibits in dozens of cities around the world. Like all artists, our Seeking Kali collective shares the frustrations of endless rounds of grant applications, presentations to galleries, promotion and still having the energy to produce art. There has to be more to it than luck, persistence and talent. We've put our heads together and come to some rather startling conclusions. In our Kalicorp Art Mysteries we share what we've learned about the treacherous place known as Art World. we have used these elements we created from our zines for the on going billboard projects for 2012. seekingkali.com/graphic-novels.html We like to promote original music, and musicians in our videos that are extension of all our elements. We believe in the collective spirit. Music and lyrics: Busy Kingdom from Australia. itunes.apple.com/au/album/turn-off-your-tv/id494148792

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                  • Seeking Kali Richmond Billboard project

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                    Seeking Kali is three artists: William Evertson (USA), Ria Vanden Eynde (Belgium), and Susan Shulman (Canada), who in 2010 explored connecting their individual creative processes through social media platforms to create bodies of work involving traditional and non-traditional art forms. These social media platforms quickly became virtual studio spaces that the three artists used to invite other artists to come into and collaborate. As hip and revolutionary as Andy Warhol’s studio 54, their studio blogs have attracted artists from around the globe, housing such projects as "Seeking Kali" and "The Medusa Gaze" as well as generating and linking live art exhibits in dozens of cities around the world. Like all artists, our Seeking Kali collective shares the frustrations of endless rounds of grant applications, presentations to galleries, promotion and still having the energy to produce art. There has to be more to it than luck, persistence and talent. We've put our heads together and come to some rather startling conclusions. In our Kalicorp Art Mysteries we share what we've learned about the treacherous place known as Art World. we have used these elements we created from our zines for the on going billboard projects for 2012. http://www.seekingkali.com/graphic-novels.html We like to promote original music, and musicians in our videos that are extension of all our elements. We believe in the collective spirit. Music and lyrics: Busy Kingdom from Australia. http://itunes.apple.com/au/album/turn-off-your-tv/id494148792

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                    • New Years with Billy Ray 2012

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                      Words, illustration and animation: Susan Shulman The continuing tales of Mount Analogue metaclimb.blogspot.com as seen through 12 artists. Myself included. See more of my work on susanshulman.com

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