Greg Pond Untitled 2009 Wood, electronics, speaker and sound hardware and software An exhibition assembled by Jack Ryan, with support from Fugitive Projects, brings together a number of artists responding to Werner Herzog’s small but significant book, ‘Of Walking In Ice’. Written in 1974, and until recently out of print, the Greg Pond and others [...]
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[update: eyeful has launched its web site] Issue #2 of eyeful magazine is now available as a free download or hardcopy ($19.95) from lulu.com – featuring contemporary art and interviews, and designed and published by art alumni Angela Berry, Emily Glass, Amy Johnson, and Marion Mozley (all c2008). The magazine editors describe it: “eyeful presents [...]
November 6th – December 11th, 2009 Opening Reception and Artist’s Talk November 6th, 4:30 PM Carlos Gallery, Nabit Art Building, Sewanee: The University of the South, 105 Kennerly Road; Sewanee, TN 37375 Gallery Hours: M-F 8-5, S-S 12-5 For more information, contact Prof. Julie Püttgen at (931) 598 1256 or jputtgen (at) sewanee (dot) edu The Carlos [...]
The Department of Art and Art History hosts a closing reception and lecture for the exhibition by Sewanee alumni Blake Shell and Ben Roosevelt this Friday, October 30, at 4:30 in the Carlos Gallery of the Nabit Art Building. Blake Shell graduated from Sewanee in 2001. She received an MFA degree from Savannah College of [...]
Please join us this Friday at 4:30 in Convocation Hall for an artists’ talk by TEH (Phillip Andrew Lewis, Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Westbrook). The artists will discuss their installation Nowcasting, on view in the University Art Gallery until November 22nd, and their interest in how technology mediates our experience of the environment. For more [...]
John Rory Fraser: Scottish Deerhound Sewanee alum Rory Fraser has just started at Stanford’s MFA in Documentary Filmmaking. Check out his web site for links to work and news.
Greg Pond opened a show that he built with some friends, on Saturday night, in Saint Louis at the Good Citizen Gallery, 2247 Gravois Ave. Please have a look if you are in the area. It is under the billboard, as in image above (the image is from the work in the show).
Irving Penn, cigarette stub, platinum print Article on NPR about the latest in computational photography research. So, what’s left for lens-based artists? Perhaps Irving Penn’s oeuvre will keep providing some answers. R.I.P.
Nowcasting, created by TEH (Phillip Andrew Lewis, Adam Trowbridge and Jessica Westbrook) for the University Art Gallery, opens today. The installation uses a computer program to generate the sound of thunder according to fluctuating probabilities of a lightning strike. Even if you visit the installation every day, you will never have the same experience twice. Come by [...]