I am part of the first group of 10 artists participating in Maya Joseph–Goteiner’s 365 Days of Prints where every day a new photograph, installation, or object. Produced — sewn— built— inspired by the daily newspaper.
After technical studies and a yearlong restoration, curators and conservators at the Metropolitan Museum of Art now believe that a full-length portrait of Philip IV that has been in the Met’s collection since 1914 is by Velázquez and not his workshop. The attribution reverses a finding made in 1973 when museum officials downgraded this portrait, along with 299 other old master paintings, saying they were either by the artist’s workshop or a follower.
watched Un Chien Andalou again and noticed for the first time the book the woman is reading and then throws down (toward the beginning) is open to a Vermeer painting. Also was very aware of how much this film influenced Maya Deren.
UPDATE: Ricardo Dominguez’s job threatened as a result of the Transborder Immigrant Tool – link
b.a.n.g. lab*Bits.Atoms.Neurons.Genes* Micro_Gestures at the Edge of Invisibility is an On/Off line space for artists in the Visual Arts Department at UCSD to explore and present works at the edge of invisibility, at the edge of the digital and biological, at the edge of micro-robotics and nano-art, from in-virtu to in-vivo works and back. The b.a.n.g. lab is directed by Ricardo Dominguez.
Insuma TV IsumaTV is an independent interactive network of Inuit and Indigenous multimedia. IsumaTV uses the power and immediacy of the Web to bring people together to tell stories and support change. Tools enable Indigenous people to express reality in their own voices: views of the past, anxieties about the present and hopes for a more decent and honorable future.
I have been thinking a great deal about the under use of the web as an exhibition space—web projects should be like artists books where the web project is the art work and is not just presenting images that look better ‘in the flesh’. I am pushing my students and pushing myself.
So here is my first of what will be a series of web experiments