January 2010 Above: Kelp Bikini 2000, Below: Oranges and Lemons 2006 More of the very interesting work of Susan Waters, Oranges and Lemons is part of her 'Rites of passage' work, and Kelp is part of Susan's marine series. Facebook Timeline Covers (128 pics) Pics | 19 Jun, 2012 | Views: 15129 | Collection of great Facebook Timeline covers.
about About recent work: Qustioning- I am curious about our society’s relationship with uncertainty, contingency and multiplicity. This relationship helps us understand our human tendency to minimize the complexities around us into narrow and selected viewpoints. In trying to pin down one aspect of truth to make sense of our world, we then neglect other aspects of it. Using available and vernacular media such as stories passed-down, and appropriated audio/visual clips, I attempt to highlight and emphasize, mute and mask my materials, until the work begins to weave through alternative avenues of meaning-making. About the 2010-11 period of work: Questioning- How do we know what we know, and what is it we value in knowledge? There were many experiments taken during this time. About the 2009 period of work: Questioning- As artists we can mold and bend and glue things together to make a statement about art. About the 2006-2008 period of work: About the 2002-2006 period of work:
Most Popular iPhone Apps of All Times (40 pics) Pics | 18 Jan, 2012 | Views: 6244 | Here are the most popular iPhone Apps of all times. Facebook Messenger Find My iPhone Solitaire Words With Friends SpeedDate App Deals Pandora Radio 360 Panorama MotionX GPS Drive Crosswords Flick Fishing Bejeweled 2 Magic Piano Pick-Up Sticks Flashlight WhatsApp The Sims 3 QR Reader RedLaser ShoutFlow My Sketch Instagram 101-in-1 Games Family Feud Don’t touch it HD Facebook LockScreen Status Shuffle Pimp Your Screen Voice Actions Sleep Cycle Navigation By TeleNav Star Walk The Oregon Trail ESPN Radio Nike+ GPS Ringtone Designer Pro Do you like it? It is just one of the thousands of posts that we have on the Acidcow.com.
Maurizio Cattelan by Michèle Gerber Klein I met Maurizio Cattelan when we were seated beside each other at the dinner for the opening of Skin Fruit , the show of selections from Dakis Joannou’s fabled collection curated by Jeff Koons for the New Museum in March 2010. Maurizio was at my left. I knew some of his work from many museums both here and abroad, but I had no idea who he was. I’d never seen his face. And I didn’t recognize his name because while my memory for images is photographic, my memory for names is practically void. I reacted to this embarrassing situation by asking him a lot of personal questions and was taken because he answered very simply, without edge. By the time Skin Fruit was reviewed, I had put Maurizio’s face, name, and oeuvre together and linked the multilayered metaphors embodied in the seamless simplicity of his cyclical imagery to the playfully irreverent intricacies of the metaphysical sonnets. I saw him for the second time in June at Bottino’s restaurant in Chelsea for lunch. MC —we met? MGK Oh!
Google's Top-Secret Data Center (37 pics) Pics | 18 Oct, 2012 | Views: 10354 | Do you like it? It is just one of the thousands of posts that we have on the Acidcow.com. Please visit our main page to see other great pictures and videos! WORLDPROCESSOR | Globes, Mapping, Geography, World, Statistics How to Pirate a Vinyl Record (9 pics) Pics | 19 Oct, 2012 | Views: 9061 | This is how you make a copy of a vinyl record. Do you like it? It is just one of the thousands of posts that we have on the Acidcow.com. Please visit our main page to see other great pictures and videos!