-Happening - Space Sculpture and Artist Dialog - Display: Ufer Studio, Berlin Germany Space #2 Artist Party Afterwards: LOBE … [Read more...] about Joy takes FORM- Berlin Germany – Dialog / Show
This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: Password: … [Read more...] about Protected: “Artistic Research in the Era of Globalization” workshop with Danny Butt
ten·ta·cle ˈten(t)ək(ə)l/ noun a slender flexible limb or appendage in an animal, especially around the mouth of an invertebrate, used for grasping, moving about, or bearing sense organs. (in a plant) a tendril or a sensitive glandular … [Read more...] about Tentacle of Art for July
Report for Sculpture No.309- Daily Bread R Daily Bread flour - water - yeast Mix. knead – no knead Fire. bake - cook - change define - refine Break. ingest - digest extrude - examination - … [Read more...] about New for June 2017
The Geometry of Joy- "Joy is a mysterious beauty equal to truth and found in the reflective shadows of self." -m.Vara In the two years of this MFA project there have been many intersections and aspects that have revealed … [Read more...] about A Year in Review (M506) MFA2- the GeomeTRY OF JOY.
The Geometry of Joy for this segment is mechanical connection. I plan on creating one of a kind automobile and one of a kind motorcycle that go together communicating my passions, Joy, and relationships that collide in the process of … [Read more...] about Sculpture Project that Rolls- “Screw It”
Queer (1) Intimacy of Visual Logic Alchemy is a kind of philosophy: a kind of thinking that leads to a way of understanding. -Marcel Duchamp (2) As artist, we must practice this alchemy daily to expand the visual terrain. … [Read more...] about Queer Intimacy of Visual Logic -April Post
Started session with me posting a written pc- Sickbed 27 Open the door, let the blue sky span wide, let inquisitive scents of pedals enter my room, let the first sunlight seep through the veins of my body. In the rustling of leaves let me … [Read more...] about Reflection 3/21/2017