Glitch Landscapes

 
In 1988 at the age of nine Tyson Skross moved with his family from suburban Texas to Geneva, Switzerland. Living there, wedged between the largest, most mysterious lake in Western Europe and the Swiss Alps with their historical relationship with romanticism, he witnessed many unusual natural phenomenon. These incidents, which he refers to as “glitches”, opened his mind to the fallacy of reality and also solidified his deep attachment to indefinite geography.

 

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Hand Drawn Pixels

 

Some nice illustrations in  Paul Ryding’s studio

 

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Disturb Me…


 

“Disturb Me” is an interactive installation by The Popcorn Makers  between human and his environment. It is to make perceptible the reciprocal links and often forgotten contact, that we maintain with our environment.

The projection depends on the sound emitted by the spectators and creates consequently, a transitory and colored environment. The projected forms are revealed when in contact with surfaces of the room.


The senses are awakened, the room becomes alive.

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Experimental Japan


Experimental Japan from Dave Lee on Vimeo.

Don’t know much about this video but i like it. Video by Dave Lee, music by Herrmutt Lobby.

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Shannon Freshwater’s Scary Faces…

 

 

Shannon Freshwater is interested in the mysterious and unknown, and finds inspiration in her own fears of death, decay, ghosts,vortexes, and various other natural and supernatural events.

 

 

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Brett Amory

 

Nice layered paintings by Brett Amory.

 

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Big Day For Small Press wrap up!

I tried to post this a bit sooner but traveling kept me from fulfilling my blogging duties. Better late than never!

 

A Day For Small Press was a big success with hundreds of designers, artists, and USC college students coming out to support the various indie publishers. 

 

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What Do Curators Want?

A great series of podcasts by Side Street Projects with various Los Angeles based dealers and museum curators discussing what they look for in art. Some of my favorite interviews include Aimee Chang from the Hammer Museum, and Jeff Poe from Blum&Poe. It’s a great insiders look into not only the LA art scene but into the minds of some of the cities best curators.

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