I don’t mean to brag, but if you happen to be in the Antwerp area December 8, Verbeke Gallery is opening a show featuring the Vastal Virgins (which I am one of).
I won’t be there (boo for school/work) but Adam Zaretsky will be, and who knows who else. Go and see it!
(I’m there, look hard!)
Posted in Art in a place, The Future is NOW
Tagged Adam Zaretsky, Antwerp, art and technology, arts and culture, back in my day, bioart, body body body, good old fashioned fun, Isn't there a movie about this?, me, VASTAL, Verbeke
New Art/Science Affinities is available for purchase through print-on-demand service Lulu, or for free download via the Miller Gallery website
New Art/Science Affinities
Contributors: Andrea Grover, Régine Debatty, Claire Evans, Pablo Garcia, Thumb Projects
Published by: Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University + CMU STUDIO for Creative Inquiry
Available for purchase from Lulu.com or free download via the Miller Gallery website
The conversation between art, science and technology is one we take very serious here at the PLI, and partially out of necessity for a feeling of a lack of discourse, which is why we were so happy to receive New Art/Science Affinities in our inbox this week. Continue reading
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Tagged "reviews", Adam Zaretsky, art and technology, bioart, book sprint, books, DIY, Hacker life, Jon Cohrs, Miller Gallery, New Art/Science Affinities
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I’ve been working on this story for a few weeks and it’s finally out.
On Shit and Shinola
A tale of two artists in the Midwest and a jar of William S. Burroughs’ poop
All photos by the author unless otherwise noted.
It’s just noon, and already ribbons of heat are slithering from the pavement surrounding the soybean fields. Dust from the screeching tires on the car in front of us balloons into the sky, casting a sleepy haze over an already tired Kansas afternoon.
The car in front of us pulls into a driveway and down a short avenue of oak trees. My companion, Patrick Lichty, a tactical media artist and ranking member of The Yes Men, pulls in behind them, and as we park we are presented with a comfortable, brick-red farmhouse shaded by the surrounding trees. Chickens scour the front yard for feed, and a sweet-natured collie and her cat friend come to greet us as we step out of the car. Our hosts, Tony Allard and Adam Zaretsky, are already headed up the walk to the house, and we step over the assorted garden statuary —a typewriter, a ceramic rooster, a stone skull—to join them. Continue reading
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Tagged Adam Zaretsky, Beat writers, bioart, gene gun, Grand Arts, Jack Kerouac, Kansas City, Lawrence, Route 66, Tony Allard, William S. Burroughs