Dislocations (2014) captures performed gestural interventions with a live video feedback system. A topographical image of the earth displaces a virtual ellipsoid form and is explored from within. This footage is the catalyst for evolving dislocation patterns with which I interact. The audio program is the result of my manipulation of audio feedback generated by the moving imagery. This series is a continuation of my interest in visually exploring behaviors and aesthetics of living geology.
Wall Installation with 7 white clay ceramic pieces. Earthenware with bronze and transparent glazes, maximum set size 43x 31 inch.
Julian Schnabel An Artist Has A Past (Puffy Clouds and Strong Cocktails): 13 Paintings Over the Last Decade is on view until 10 AUG!
#tbt to last years #ddmarket @ #dc + the dc #dumpsterpool! Mark your calendars for AUG 23! #bigandbetter (at Dallas Contemporary)
The many faces of Richard Phillips’ current exhibition “Negation of the Universe” on view at #dc until 10 AUG.
Last year’s #DDMarket was a success because of volunteers like YOU! We will need your help again this year on 23 August with set-up, guest relations, pool supervision and vendor assistance. Each shift will be 3 hours, between 10a-8p.