Shopping malls, by their nature, are a sort-of false optimism. A constructed reality. It is revealing to bear witness to actual reality organically consuming the fictitious. This series of images and short article by Matt Stopera on Buzzfeed is quite interesting. Thanks to Art Chantry for posting on Facebook.
Place Gallery has been a vital and important part of the Portland creative community for a number of years. I have appreciated not only the diversity of the programming, but the location as well. I had the honor of installing my work there a couple of years ago as well. They are losing […]
My Plazm partner Niko Courtelis has started putting up his anything-but-atrocious collages online. He asks, in the masthead of his project blog, for forgiveness. I’ll forgive you, and thank you. Combining images and text in new ways always reveals new insights.
As Plazm exhibit inaugurates Liquid Agency’s experimental gallery in Portland, three luminaries of the city’s creative scene engage in conversation. Join Plazm art director Joshua Berger, artist Kate Bingaman-Burt, and Namita Wiggers, director and curator of the Museum of Contemporary Craft, in conversation at Liquid Space PDX. February 5, 2014 6:00-9:00 pm; discussion at 7:30 […]
Golden Age Work Group
In September 2011, I made a proposal to the King Neighborhood Association (KNA) to dance with signs on the corner of NE MLK and Alberta advertising their October meeting. The Board happily accepted the free publicity and board members submitted ideas for dance music. Dancers: KNA Board Members Katy Kanfer and Teri Phillips, King […]
Ideas For Dozens
Intro “2H2K: LawyeR” is a multimedia project exploring the fate of legal work in a future of artificial labor and ubiquitous interactive machine learning. This project arose out of 2H2K, my ongoing collaboration with John Powers where we’re trying to use science fiction, urbanism, futurism, cinema, and visual effects to imagine what life could be […]
This version takes about two minutes to watch. If you’d like to enjoy the full-length version, please visit the post prior to this. That one takes about two hours to watch. I guess it’s like a Hollywood movie preview. It shows you the whole movie in about two minutes.