Monthly Archives: April 2011
“Each week, I teach a writing class to psychiatric in-patients at New York Hospital, which has been a very interesting experience for me. I’ve discovered a couple of things. Firstly, psychotic patients are far more creative than non-psychotic ones, and they are often cosmologists, that is, they are very interested in mythologies that explain how the world is organized...”Siri Hustvdt
Hustvdt, S., (2007) Fred Tomaselli and Siri Hustvdt, extract from interview, Another Magazine (Autumn/Winter 2007). Cited in Morely, S, (ed.) (2010) The Sublime. London: Whitechapel Gallery/MIT Press. p 220.
La Jetée (The Jetty) Summary: Chris Marker’s classic photo montage is a story about the power of memory. In a post-apocalyptic world a man is chosen to undergo a time-travel experiment by virtue of his one enduring childhood memory: a … Continue reading
Using Final Cut for Stop Motion Compositing: Go to the final cut menu, user preferences. Sets default still frame to 1 frame from 10 seconds. then import the pictures you have taken for stop motion and import them. Put them … Continue reading
This Is Tomorrow – Contemporary Art Magazine Contemporary Art Daily Eye Weekly Dot Com – Visual Arts
Graeme Patterson is an emerging artist, born in Saskatchewan and currently based out of Sackville, NB. Most notably known for recreating his hometown of Woodrow, Saskatchewan in miniature, Patterson was a finalist for the Sobey Art Award in 2009. Patterson’s … Continue reading
The subject for my case study will be the video and installation artist Nathalie Djurberg. My approach will consider Djurberg’s content and technique, the context of her career and the distribution of her work. I will analyze Djurberg’s content through … Continue reading