Timothy Hon Hung Lee

Tim Lee’s pen and ink drawings conger a notion that hopeless romance still thrives in the world of art. Watch out for “The Kids are Alright” Tour featuring Tim and other surrealist spectacles when it hits Black Maria Gallery Los Angeles in July.

 

Sweet Dreams – Kristen Lepore

Kristen Lepore’s Sweet Dreams is fun, long, labor intensive stop motion about food. Discovered during WFMU‘s broadcast of SXSW a while back.

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Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown’s surreal domestic photography and art express the diversity and psychological mysteries of our living spaces. I’m also a sucker for night photography.

 

 

Bryan Schnelle

Dont be fooled by the thousands of tiny ski-masks! There is no guise in the art of Bryan Schnelle. The shiny black laquer paint makes me think of the rubber bed sheets in my sexroom. 

 

Pierre-Paul Pariseau

Finally, something I can understand! Pierre-Paul Pariseau creates art for the upper echelon of intellectuals including us interns who are blessed with gigantic brains. Featured in tons of magazines including isthmus, Extra, the Wall Street Journal and I could’ve sworn I saw some of this in the Jefferton Daily Examiner . Hey, can you hang? This shit is on the cusp.

 

Stefan Benchoam

The above picture is documentation of Stefan Benchoams 2008 installation Ejercicio de Dibujo at the XVI Paiz Biennial in Guatemala City. 

 

James Lester

 
I have never been to Leeds, the birthplace and residence of James Lester, photographer. To say the least the nature of his photographs paint a curious picture.

 

Mark McKeague – Twitter Radio


TwitterRadio from Mark McKeague on Vimeo.
 

I wish i had the knowledge to create something as beautiful as this. The project Mark created allows him to tune in to twitter posts in real-time using the analog radio. You can use the knob to scan “stations”, which are different twitter posts. Amazing, amazing, amazing.  He used an arduino board and lot of grey matter at SARc.

 

Also, here is an interesting programmatic response to Mark’s project which integrates twitter and youtube. TwiTV click on the top right black square to flip channels. Graphics are kinda shabby though.