1113 Context/Material/Sound/Performance

Context: Fred Wilson Fred Wilson is an artist with a keen to the beauty and ugliness, especially the re-definition of these two contrast terms. Although with a studio art background, he claimed that creating new contexts for the existing art and artifacts in the museum is more fascinating. By only manipulating the position of chairs, lighting, and…
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“Wrapping up” Workshop Day B r y a n t H o l s e n b e c k

Today we had class on a Saturday to work with local artist Bryant  Holsenbeck. We were asked to bring old clothes/fabric. Upon arriving, Holsenbeck explained that she made art out of recycled materials. Her process for making little animals like the chicken pictured in the gallery is to start with a little ball of fabric, wrapping yarn around … Continue reading “Wrapping up” Workshop Day B r y a n t H o l s e n b e c k

1020 -Wrapping Wild

Joining the workshop with environmental artist Bryant Holsenbeck, we created all sorts of wildlife animals and other forms by using cast-off fabric, yarn, and broken buttons and beads on a wonderful Saturday morning.  Bryant Holsenbeck with her crows made by recycled waste and garbage, https://www.bryantholsenbeck.com/about.html As an environmental artist, she believes the power of transforming daily…
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Idea Generation

When I was thinking about this idea, my entire focus was about being “new”: new media, new textures, new topics. But I don’t know where to start or I ended up too concrete. On the one side, I want to visualize the concepts I studied in other disciplines, such as trust and risk when people…
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Sander Sound and Murder Party

This Sunday, I went to the studio and re-sanded my table top. I pulled the table outside the room and sanded with the belt sander for a few minutes. Then I decided to get back to the studio to get the google. When I returned to my tabletop, I saw a fly lying still on…
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