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So the material for the work turned out to be undyed sheep’s wool yarn. Held up in the space way better than I anticipated. I used the closed-loop design after all (the second video in the post for Into the … Continue reading
Here’s the text of Jeanne Brasile’s press release for the upcoming show in Newark: Index Art Center Proudly Presents “Into the Void” June 18th through July 16th, 2010 Opening Reception – Friday June 18th, 6 – 9pm Index Art Center … Continue reading
No thoughts here, just a declaration of return! Thought I’d start off with a new theme to maximize images, love this wide-angle version.
The end of a semester reminds me of the strange nature of life led by a teaching artist… The awful fit of the academic calendar with the work of students as they rush projects that by right should take three … Continue reading
A cross-over from my other blog, here’s this seasons sampling of the Exqusite Corpse Digital Round Robin. My version of the old Exquisite Corpse game with the students involves the use of gradient masking and layers in Photoshop, creating more … Continue reading
Shamelessly self-promotional links to the cloud. In addition to my OPP website, I’ve created a parallel photoset on Flickr for higher-resolution versions of the images… and a YouTube channel for videos. I’m waiting for the day Other Peoples Pixels will … Continue reading
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
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
Don’t freak if this site looks different a bit later on. I can see by the way things are evolving that we could use some pages instead of categories to vastly improve the functionality. I’ve also been digging and found … Continue reading
TangenT art collaborative is using this blog as a clearinghouse/graduate seminar/research tool for our immersive art environment practice.