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  • Lina Bo Bardi  Tags: link   September 20, 2014 Permalink

    Lina_Bo_Bardi

     
  • Conversation with Javier Téllez and Hesse McGraw  Tags: , link   September 13, 2014 Permalink

    at San Francisco Art institute

     
  • 291  Tags: artists-as-curator, link   September 8, 2014 Permalink

    Hodge Kirnon, the elevator operator at 291 (Alfred Stieglitz’s gallery, opened 1905), in response to the question, “What is 291?”: “I have found in ’291′ a spirit which fosters liberty, defines no methods, never pretends to know, never condemns, but always encourages those who are daring enough to be intrepid; those who feel a just repugnance towards the ideals and standards established by convention.”
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  • Upstream/Downstream  Tags: link   September 3, 2014 Permalink

    “We can begin with Latour’s well-known remark: ‘the fate of what we say and make is in later users” hands.’ (Science in Action, p. 29) He is talking about scientific facts, but the remark is equally applicable to works of art. Once we pass the point we have chosen as the pivot between upstream and downstream–a common and good place to put that point is when the work leaves the hands of the one conventionally identified as the creator…”
    Howard Becker

     
  • retronaut  Tags: link   August 13, 2014 Permalink

    Retronaut twitter has amazing images

     
  • Infinite City  Tags: , , link   March 21, 2014 Permalink

     
  • Bastard Punctuation, Fiona Banner  Tags: like, link   February 6, 2014 Permalink

    Bastard Punctuation, Fiona Banner 2006-7

     
  • Canyon Cinema  Tags: , link   November 28, 2013 Permalink

     
  • Pseudonyms  Tags: link,   November 18, 2013 Permalink

    Over a lifetime that lasted from 1760 to 1849, the great Japanese painter Hokusai changed his name roughly 30 times. The final name he chose meant “the old man mad about art.”

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  • Bruno Latour  Tags: link,   November 11, 2013 Permalink

    “The problem now is not the lack of critical spirit, but the opposite, in other words, trust. We are not in a situation that demonstrates an abundance of trust; we are, instead, in a vacuum in which it is important to regain trust.”

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  • Ben Rivers & Ben Russell  Tags: link   November 5, 2013 Permalink

     
  • Tim Lee’s Polaroid Shoot  Tags: link, video   September 20, 2013 Permalink

     
  • Luis Camnitzer  Tags: link,   August 19, 2013 Permalink

     
  • Flusser via Hopkins  Tags: link,   July 22, 2013 Permalink

    “Images are sources of power and have the ability to confront history. For philosopher, Vilém Flusser the space and time particular to the image is “the world of magic.” In his writings, he sets up an opposition between magic and history. “The space and time peculiar to the image is none other than the world of magic, a world in which everything is repeated and in which everything participates in a significant context.” He goes on to specify, “such a world is structurally different than that of the linear world of history in which nothing is repeated and in which everything has causes and will have consequences.” With regards to technical images (those mechanically reproduced images, including moving images, emerging in the nineteenth century century), Flusser suggests that they were invented “during a crisis of texts, in order to make texts comprehensible again, to put them under a magic spell.” It was this “magic spell” that was key, for it contained the means to overcome the crisis of history. ”

    Link http://www.closeencounters.ca/candice-hopkins.html

     
  • Still buried after 38 years  Tags: link   July 5, 2013 Permalink

     
  • Ballad of a Thin Man  Tags: link,   May 6, 2013 Permalink

     
  • Tig Notaro  Tags: link   April 29, 2013 Permalink

    Too Soon?

     
  • Evidence 1977  Tags: link   March 21, 2013 Permalink

    Evidence is the result of a two-year investigation of over two million archive photographs. The result is a photographic narrative comprised only of images selected from corporate and institutional archives (primarily on the west coast) including government departments, the military, scientific research establishments, law enforcement agencies (Bechtel, TRW, Jet Propulsion Laboratories, Aeronutronic Ford, United Technologies, and the Los Angeles Police Department are but a few examples). A project by Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel.

     
  • Patricia Esquivas  Tags: link,   March 21, 2013 Permalink

     
  • Totem Time in Dreamland, BC  Tags: link   March 19, 2013 Permalink

     
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