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the unbearable lightness of carry-on

Image: from a shot of my NSCAD studio wall a few years ago. My drawing of some personal uniforms and a quote from Nicolas Bourriaud that reads: … 440 more words
Art

The Artist Is Seen

When I was first assigned a project of relational art as part of my graduate poetics seminar in art, technology and practice, I noticed a near-immediate surge of ― not misgivings, per se, but definite resistance — to creating an art project that falls under the “really cool/weird/interesting/unexpected social experiment” umbrella. 1,390 more words

On Writing

What Is Art in this So called Post-Painting, Post-Post Modern Time? A Thousand Words

Hello readers and lovers of the Arts!

Today I ponder the question proposed by someone with regard to the meaning of how as Artists, we perceive this so-called Post painting, Post-Post Modern time period. 995 more words

Art By Adriana J. Garces

The Radicant: Urban Wandering

This took several goes to actually get my head around it but I’ve figured out the role of artiste mutant now.

 

Life in big cities is omnipresent in contemporary art. 1,175 more words

Psychogeography

My Practice and Journey Form: Topology and Psychogeography

Bourriaud writes that the journey-form provides an iconography of global displacement. This can be clearly linked to my research. The global displacement is linked to multiplication which can be seen on the Internet: “Simply browsing the Internet in search of information, one gets a glimpse of this imaginary empire of the multiple. 286 more words

Psychogeography