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Mondrian sandwich Oregon-based artist Britanny Powell ’s sandwiches look too pretty to eat. Titled ‘Sandwich Artist’ , Powell alludes to famous artists like Piet Mondrian and Jackson Pollock in her work. The series form a part of her Low Commitment Projects with fellow artist Tae Kitakata to create quick art that requires little time and energy. Who says playing with your food is not a good thing? O’Keeffe sandwich
VOID Chicken Nugget, issue 2013.1.28「縁」 VOID Chicken Nugget 「縁」 Miho Shimizu Contributed a text for a Japanese mail magazine VOID Chicken Nugget , ta ... Multiple Choices | Book launch and exhibition selection The Multiple Choices book is launching along with a selection of works by Ane Hjort Guttu, Katya Sander, , Ric ... Memento Chofu Open from 14:00-20:00 on 20th, 25th and 26th March. Memento Chofu is the group show by Chofu resident artists. ...
2012 soup can, resin, sculpey, acrylic, wood Our piece for the "I Like Soup" exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art which opened May 2012 We sought to create a really grisly, didactic piece that is not in any way clever, but just pointing out our disgust with the practice of shark finning and the Chinese continued appetite for destruction that is pushing these amazing animals to the brink of extinction. Sharks sculpted by Kozy, painted by Kozy and Leah.
Hey. Kyle here. One day many moons ago I came up with an idea: “Let’s walk into a store and buy everything.
February-March 2008, “The Lively Plane” images: Lisa Kelly – No Street Tree, 2007 + Dennis Tan – Private Space on Constructed Space on Institutional Space, 2007/ Dennis Tan – Lean On, 2007/ Dennis Tan – V Prop (documentation), 2007/ Lisa Kelly – Ashtray; Planter, 2007/ Lisa Kelly – Tree Prop (triangle), 2007 In 2007 Lisa Kelly undertook an Asialink residency in Singapore and met artist Dennis Tan ~ founder and housekeeper of the independent artist space The Other House in Little India. There they grew the makings of a cooperative dialogue grounded in a mutuality of interests and attitude around practice, hosting, talking, walking and urban observation. The joint project ’1.The Lively Plane’ at the Institute for Contemporary Art, Newtown sees a city swap and cultivation of this dialogue via Tan’s one month visit to Sydney. The exhibition roams around the artists’ material thinking on the constructed environment, relations, building, propping, sculpture, drawing, streetscape and locality.