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,…
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…
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.
A collaborative show investigating the connections between maps and poetry.
Simply an excellent article.
Per AnnumCover band. Each show is a set of songs from one decade. The audience doesn't know what decade each show will be.
In my work with both game development and contract animation, I often find myself in a position where I have to argue for paying for voice acting. For some reason, clients seem to feel that voice acting is something anyone can do ("can't you just do it?"), or that it's…
And another map for Kobold Enterprises!
Another old map for Kobold Enterprises. From around 2011.
Game design exercises and tragic shared spaces.
The US National Park service getting fully ontological.