Friday, October 31, 2008

Terrastock 7 Videos

Videos Pelt and and the Black Twig Pickers at Terrastock with Jack Rose.

and heres Bardo Pond with Makoto kawabata.

and if you don't know who Makoto Kawabata is check out this.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Lester Goldman "New Found Works"

Went to Lester Goldman's former studio which has now been renovated to into a make shift gallery, and storage space  for his archived works.  Kathrin Goldman while cleaning out the old studio was about to throw away some paper bags when she flipped them over and found they had all been painted on.  The works where put on view the past 4 saturdays.  Walking around the former studio you can still see how his work easily would slip off paper and become wood engravings in the space, or how he would use old wood blocks for printing for under his roof overhang. It was a nice and rare treat to see the home and former studio of this prolific artist.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Peanut Butter Solution

I've been thinking about this film I watched as a kid were this boy grows way to much hair, goes into this creepy house that becomes a painting, and where its some kind of weird scam to make brushes out of children's hair.

It's called the Peanut Butter Solution. Heres the trailer.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Calder's Circus

The New York Times has an article on the Whitney show of Alexander Calder's early Paris work, with a video of him performing his Circus.

Also Here's a video I found on Youtube:

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Site Specific Installation: Video

This is video documentation of a Site Specific piece I had around the KCAI Painting building. Viewers were directed to interact in the spaces they use everyday in different, often awkward ways. Photos of the sites are in the post below.

Site Specific Installation: Action Sites

Friday, October 10, 2008

Collaboration: Squish

Collaboration with Rhiannon Birdsall, for the Boys Vs. Girls Show, at KCAI.

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Kansas City In October Issues of Art In America

I would link to something here or show a photograph, but Art In America has failed to enter the digital age.  I will post the article soon.

Saturday, October 04, 2008