Monthly Archives: January 2010

Am I pointing (ha) out the obvious?

Has anyone given a thought to the relatively overt (that is a pun) sexual overtones of scissors? Their obvious phallic connotations.. … the diagrammatic similarity to uterine anatomy of these dental scissors? Geez, I’ve been looking at WAY too much … Continue reading

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ALTX Revolution Number 911

We were talking about audio for the new, as-yet-untitled hair piece (is that a pun? It reminds me of John and Yoko’s “hair  peace” bed-in…). I ran across a site I forgot about, ALTX and, among the Pandora’s box of … Continue reading

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Comic relief

Tangent “…in art the term describes shapes that touch in a way that is visually bothersome.” Actually the examples in the site are quite more interesting than any conventional croppings or alignments they suggest you employ. Imagine if Cezanne or … Continue reading

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Beware of the God

I can’t believe these great images from Sydney, expanding on that idea of projection into the clouds and other ephemeral screens… beware of the god dot com!

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GPS Art?

“GPS Film is a new way of watching a movie that’s based on the viewer’s location. The system is a new media artwork from Scott Hessels and is released as an open source application that runs on any GPS-enabled mobile … Continue reading

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NEW website for www.williamcromar.com

My old site got… well…old. Thanks to Dennis T for all the help but I just could never keep up with the database and my baby girls at the same time. So I’ve made the switch to OPP and put … Continue reading

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