Monthly Archives: September 2011

Video

Photographing TIme – A Journey of Ideas

Video of Visual Enquiry task “A Journey of Ideas”. The purpose was to illustrate current studio research and exploration and present to colleagues for input and dialogue.

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The De-Volution of Give & Take at (e)merge

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Washington Post: (E)merge art fair adapts site’s form and function

Link to article by Philip Kennicott in the Washington Post, September 23/11 “Exhibitors at the debut of the (E)merge Art Fair, which opened Thursday night, adapt displays, and sometimes the art, to spaces that are far from congenial… The fair … Continue reading

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TMNK blogs “Give and Take is so beautiful”

Link to blog entry by street artist TMNK…”In Life and art, it’s all about balance, give and take. An a phenomenal art project at e(merge) examined that idea. The created a wall where people were invited to leave something on … Continue reading

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3-D Photomapping of a Vintage Photograph

Video above by Miklós Falvay, for the film Motalko I discovered 3-D photomapping as I continue to explore and research was to conflate or co-join painting and photography with time-based works. It would be interesting to photomap a painting and … Continue reading

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The International Netsuke Organization

Image Above: Gourd Netsuke from Busacca Gallery. Over the course of making my own small-scale, “hold-in-the-palm of your hand” sculptures for my (e)merge installation I realized that the scale and form that I chose strongly reference Japanese “netsuke”.  Netsuke are … Continue reading

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Artist’s Own

As a result of the casting process I ended up having a small number of “netsuke” without the embedded monofilament hook for wall installation. I decided to finish these sculptures in a different way than those for the wall installation. … Continue reading

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Chromatic Confusion

“Netsuke” prepped ready for painting. The choice of colour took several days and sourcing was a challenge. The raw white matte plaster is beautiful by itself. However, on a gallery white wall with white hardware for installation there will be … Continue reading

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Pretty Bones

The small shards of hyrodocal plaster look like broken porcelain bird bones in the stainless steel sink.

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Quotes

I miss painting…

...desperately.
Jennifer Mawby
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