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Facebook Twitter / elle. Rocca maffia / visual artist. Far From Indochine : Frédéric Dialynas Sanchez. L'Éclair. Ad Reinhardt. Ad Reinhardt Archive Project This archive represents the Ad Reinhardt Foundation's attempt to make Reinhardt's writings, illustrations, correspondence, slides, travel journals, interviews, lectures, tape recordings and biographical material all easily available to the public in one place.

Ad Reinhardt

It is a work in progress; new material will be uploaded weekly throughout 2016. Please contact the archive project at: if you know of any materials not yet in the foundation's collection. On view now, are all Reinhardt's published ART COMICS, as well as all known surviving original sketches and collages. In COMMERCIAL WORK are all the other published Reinhardt cartoons and illustrations which the foundation has been able to locate in libraries and archives to date.

Robert Storr has written an introduction (click to read essay here) Hannah Weiner EPC Author Page. Poetry Reading in Central Park, New York, 1969.

Hannah Weiner EPC Author Page

From left: Michael Benedikt, John Perrault, Vito Acconci, John Giorno, and Hannah Weiner. Ioana Vanessa Bezman. Seth Price Images. Literature + Technology. F.i.a. - inaccessible. Bruce High Quality Foundation. Jeff Guess - News. Suzanne Treister Homepage. Rosalind Brodsky homepage. The Rosalind Brodsky Project began in 1995.

Rosalind Brodsky homepage

Brodsky is my alter ego, avatar and heteronymic identity. This work uses historical material, both real and fictional. Rosalind Brodsky, with whom I share Anglo/Eastern European/Jewish roots, was born in London in 1970 and survived until 2058. Her first delusional experience of time travel supposedly occurred during a session with the pyschoanalyst Julia Kristeva in Paris, at the moment she noticed Kristeva's similarity to the face in the photograph of her Polish-Jewish grandmother who had been murdered in the Holocaust. By 1995 Brodsky is a delusional time traveller who believes herself to be working in London at the Institute of Militronics and Advanced Time Interventionality (IMATI) in the 21st century.

The project has taken many forms. HEXEN 2.0. HEXEN 2.0 Suzanne Treister 2009-2011 HEXEN 2.0 looks into histories of scientific research behind government programmes of mass control, investigating parallel histories of countercultural and grass roots movements.


HEXEN 2.0 charts, within a framework of post-WWII U.S. governmental and military imperatives, the coming together of scientific and social sciences through the development of cybernetics, the history of the internet, the rise of Web 2.0 and increased intelligence gathering, and implications for the future of new systems of societal manipulation towards a control society. About : Dushko Petrovich. The argument. Antero de Alda. Projecto projéctil: artefactos na clandestinidade. You have been selected! – hacking the text. Alison Jacques Gallery. Mokafolio - Information. Matthias Dörfelt (1987, Hamburg, Germany) is a Los Angeles-based artist.

Mokafolio - Information

He mainly works in software producing artifacts ranging from drawings, prints, animation, videos and interactive installations to robotics. In his works he often trades control in favor of surprise because he strongly believes in computation as an expressive, playful and humorous tool. Matthias will continue to explore these aspects by infusing technology with flaws, naivety and weirdness.

He believes in a media arts practice that favors spontaneity over streamlining and hopes that his works contribute to shape our relationship to machines in a similar way. Matthias studied at the Muthesius Kunsthochschule in Kiel and holds a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of California in Los Angeles. Tools that I built Motor - My own collection of C++ tools and libraries.Slooper - Slooper turns your raspberry pi into a seamless HD video looper.

Other tools that I use Archive. EvaMarie Lindahl. Breathing house, la maison respire : Paris Art. Vivre, vaincre - Éditions Dilecta. 120 pages21 x 28 cmlivre broché cousulangues : français / anglaispréface de Claire Fontaineparution : 2009ISBN : 978-2-916275-50-5.

Vivre, vaincre - Éditions Dilecta

CF works. Alberta whittle - Home. Vidéopoèmes. Ditte Ejlerskov. Andrew James Paterson. Phonotopy. The Creative Process of Zaha Hadid, As Revealed Through Her Paintings. The Creative Process of Zaha Hadid, As Revealed Through Her Paintings Today, on October 31st, we celebrate what would have been the 66th birthday of Zaha Hadid (1950-2016) who tragically died in March.

The Creative Process of Zaha Hadid, As Revealed Through Her Paintings

Internationally renowned for her avant-garde search for architectural proposals that reflect modern living, Hadid made abstract topographical studies for many of her projects, intervening with fluid, flexible and expressive works that evoke the dynamism of contemporary urban life. In honor of Hadid's birthday and in order to further knowledge of her creative process and the development of her professional projects, here we have made a historic selection of her paintings which expand the field of architectural exploration through abstract exercises in three dimensions.

These artistic works propose a new and different world view, questioning the physical constraints of design, and showing the creative underpinnings of her career. What Were Zaha Hadid's Early Inspirations? Galerie Jérôme Poggi, Paris, Babi Badalov, Fayçal Baghriche, Anna-Eva Bergman, Maxime Bondu, Juliana Borinski, Gregory Buchert, Julien Crépieux, Cédrick Eymenier, Larissa Fassler, Kapwani Kiwanga, Bertrand Lamarche, Wesley Meuris, Sophie Ristelhueber, Vit. Babi Badalov. Kiwanga Kiwanga : Français. Kerry Downey : About : BIO. Kerry Downey (born Fort Lauderdale, 1979) is an interdisciplinary artist and teacher.

Kerry Downey : About : BIO

Hannah Weinberger - Freedman Fitzpatrick. Born 1988, Filderstadt (Swiss/USA) Lives and works in Basel 2013 MFA Zurich University of the Arts 2010 BFA Zurich University of the Arts. Gaudel de Stampa Paris Camilla Wills » Licence Licence. Camilla Wills is an artist and editor based in Brussels.

Gaudel de Stampa Paris Camilla Wills » Licence Licence

Recently her work was shown in Les drames 3D grillagés, Triangle, Marseille; Licence, LGLondon, London; My Vocabulary Did This To Me, South London Gallery, London; Voice ~ Creature of Transition, commissioned by If I Can’t Dance… and Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam; and Bard Girls Can Fly, White Flag Projects, St. Louis (2015/14). Forthcoming projects include White Cubicle, George and Dragon public house, London; and Safe, HOME, Manchester.

This year she is part of Le Commissariat at Treize in collaboration with Laetitia Paviani, their recent presentation was Sweating as Distribution and together they edit the journal BABY DOC. Hommage à Philippe Thomas at MAMCO, Geneva. Mamco presents a retrospective of work by the French artist Philippe Thomas (1951-1995), some of whose work is part of the museum collection.

Hommage à Philippe Thomas at MAMCO, Geneva

Displayed on all four floors of the building, it is divided into three sequences. “L’Ombre du jaseur (d’après Feux Pâles)” (‘The Shadow of the Waxwing (after Pale Fires)”) can be seen on the fourth floor. In 1990, CAPC (the Bordeaux Museum of Contemporary Art) invited Philippe Thomas to design the “Pale Fires” exhibition. Through his agency les readymade appartiennent à tout le monde®, Thomas saw the invitation from the museum as an opportunity to raise what he called ‘fictionalism’, the principle of fiction applied in his previous work, to the level of the institution, a neutral place of scientific knowledge that is not usually suspected of partiality. Philippe Thomas, “Feux pâles,” 1990 – THE ARTIST AS CURATOR #5. Installation view of “The Index” chapter of Feux pâles with, from left to right: les ready-made appartiennent à tout le monde ®, 1990 (1990); les ready-made appartiennent à tout le monde ®, computer (1990); Robert Morris, Card File (1962); and Marc Blondeau, 11 rue de Miromesnil 75008 Paris (1990), CAPC/Musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, 1990 Philippe Thomas, Feux pâles, 1990 by Elisabeth Lebovici from THE ARTIST AS CURATOR #5 – in Mousse #46.

Roee Rosen. Eva Barto. Ben Kinmont - ANTINOMIAN PRESS. CURRENT : STUDIO FOR PROPOSITIONAL CINEMA. Johanna Drucker. Anne Le Troter. Les mitoyennes La BF15Commissariat : Perrine Lacroix Pièce sonore 13 minEn collaboration avec Max BruckertProduction La BF15avec le soutien de Pro Helvetia, Fondation Suisse pour la cultureen partenariat avec Grame, centre national de création musicale et le Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon Extrait de pièce audible : Main : Jérémie Gindre. Mime Radio de Benjamin Seror. Un groupe d’amis se retrouve au Tiki Coco, un bar de Los Angeles. LOUISE GUERRA : louiseguerra. British Art Show 8. Martine Syms — Conceptual entrepreneur based in Los Angeles, CA. WILL HOLDER. Monday, June 25, 7pm Alice Notley’s “Dr. Williams Heiresses” read by Will Holder for single mothers.

Wednesday, June 27, 7pm Simon Amstell’s “Do Nothing” read by Will Holder for single mothers. Friday, June 29, 7pm Marina Vishmidt’s “A No Inflection” and Adam Pendleton’s “Black Dada Manifesto” read by Will Holder for single mothers. Emmie McLuskey - Glasgow Sculpture Studios. Nicoline van Harskamp. Nicoline van Harskamp works contact cv ______________________________________________________________________________ A Romance in Five Acts and Twenty-one Englishes 2014/2015 live translations, exhibition, publication and theatre play watch a short trailer on youtube This work was created in a process involving live translation, publishing and theatrical staging. At its basis is "Pygmalion – a romance in five acts", a play from 1912 by Bernard Shaw. It tells of the power relations between language, class, and gender: working class girl Liza Doolittle is attracted by the notion that Professor Higgins can raise her social standing by teaching her to speak English like a lady. 21 translations of the play were collected and native speakers of each of these languages — from Turkish to Japanese, from Farsi to Czech — to take it in turns to translate it back into English, in an 8 hour session for a live audience at the London project space Kunstraum.

Dora García. Dora Garcia. Dora García (Valladolid, 1965) studied Fine Arts at the University of Salamanca, Spain, and the Rijkakademie in Amsterdam, Holland. She lives and works in Barcelona. Dora García uses the exhibition space as platform to investigate the relationship between the visitor, the artwork, and place. To this end the artist often draws on interactivity and performance. Through minimal changes, not encroaching on the space, the room is converted into a sensory experience, with each visitor leaving it again with his or her perceptions altered, or at the very least perhaps with a degree of skepticism. By engaging with Dora García's work we develop a sense to begin reading even the smallest signs as possible signifiers.

The Book. Norbert Costin. This website is conceived as a time based artwork containing information; for any further inquiries, insight or proposals please write to: norbertcostin [at] 2013 - Master of Fine Arts, The Royal Institute of Art / Kungliga Konsthögskolan (KKH), Stockholm, Sweden 2007 - Licentiate in Fine Arts, University of Art and Design / Universitatea de Artă şi Design (UAD), Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2016 - glove — the making exist/the doing of making — of a sculpture, insert, IDEA arts+society #49.

Francesco Pedraglio. Alex Cecchetti alex cecchetti official website. Headshot : Selected works. LivSchulman. Cindy Coutant. GARRETT NELSON. Natalie Czech. Angélique Buisson — Artiste. Alejandro Cesarco. Paolo Chiasera. Tyler coburn. Ergonomic FuturesU I'm that angel Sabots Resonator NaturallySpeakingA Wide BlankWaste Management Charter Citizen The WarpRobots Building Robots Somdomites Recipe Professional Nonproducer Faker Thumbprints & Other Takeaways The Enemy Seven Portraits on a Correalist Rocker Medium No. 1 (Manhattan) Paul Hendrikse. Andrew Kerton: _fieldnotes. _fieldnotes is a solo performance by Andrew Kerton that can be considered an exercise in spatial embodiment exploring inner and outer physical limits through action, language, sensation and thought.

Andrew Kerton is a multidisciplinary artist whose practise has centred around performance and video works and includes writing, drawing, sound works and sculpture. He received his BA in Sculpture at Brighton University before attending the de Ateliers post-graduate studio programme in Amsterdam. Olof. Main. Blue is Ubiquitous and Forbidden (Chapbook) - sableelysesmith. SOPHY NAESS. Lina Selander. New RJJ. Marley freeman. A Constructed World. Evelyn Taocheng Wang. Tanya Leighton - SHARON HAYES. Philippgufler. Caspar heinemann. Irlyon. CHRIS EVANS. INGENIUM CP : Emmanuelle lainé.

Ben Cain.