Why did I not know about this? I would have loved to have gone. Brought to my attention through the website of Timothy J. Welsh.
Clearly, Kickstarter (and IndieGogo, and others) are on to something. It’s enabled some pretty fantastic things to come to fruition, in ways totally not possible just five or ten years ago. It’s fueled some fantastic developments in both digital and tabletop gaming, furthering the current “new golden age” climate. Personally, I’ve been involved with two […]
Check out Dyson’s Dodecahedron, a blog with some very cool map content. I’m particularly inspired by his mini-dungeon maps. I’d like to see if I can do a similar thing, filling a Field Notes grid notebook in a couple weeks of lunches.
Robert Smithson, most notable for the “Spiral Jetty”, was also a prolific essayist on contemporary art – “Entropy and the New Monuments” (1966) being one of the most well-known. In it he criticizes a wide swath of sculptors and artists of the time – Donald Judd, Robert Morris, Sol LeWitt, and Dan Flavin. His main […]
So for the Contemporary Criticism class in my MFA program at PNCA, I had to write a review of a show from the TBA13 festival. I couldn’t go to a lot of the late-night shows, some of which I’m really bummed to have missed. For my review I chose a piece that was on open […]
Jerry Saltz on Art’s Insidious New Cliché: Neo-Mannerism I appreciate how he takes not only the artist, but the educator and curator to task.