Branches & Black Sage, 2013
Seaside Suspension: Event for Wind and Waves, 1981 by Stelarc
The body was suspended side-on from a wooden structure on an outcrop of rocks parallel to the horizon, looking out to sea near the shore as the tide was coming in and the weather was overcast with the blustery wind swaying the body back and forth and the waves crashing against the rocks, swaying and splashing it for approximately 20 minutes.
Project 1 for Art 479 Video Class
Dream Sequence, 2013; Project 2 for Art 410
Ira Tviga - Sound-Light (2010)
Tviga’s Sound-Light project was conceived out of the fact that a mere 8% of the earth’s forests are protected, and that destructive logging is threatening vast areas.
She recorded the sounds of the Silger forest along the border of Russia/Finland, “capturing the voices of trees about to be felled—and then made them visible.”
Extraordinary photos of young hitchhikers and freight train hoppers by Mike Brodie
Mike Brodie (tumblr | facebook) first began photographing in 2004 when he was given a Polaroid camera. Working under the moniker, The Polaroid Kidd, Brodie spent the next four years circumambulating the U.S. amassing an archive of photographs that would go on to make up one of the few, true collections of American travel photography. Having never undergone any formal training, he chose to remained untethered to the pressures and expectations of the art market.
Purple Intrusion, Project #2 Art 410
Hao You ‘Bodhi & Butterfly’ at Today Art Museum (TAM) www.artslant.com/cn/events/show/263980-bodhi-butterfly
“Temporary Stability” 2012
Porcelain, Linen Thread, Masking Tape
Photo by Nicholas Santos
The idea behind this piece is how the feeling of being grounded and stable is temporary and a feeling I get only glimpses of. After about a week and a half the tape started to give and lift off the pedestal surface and the panel was leaning and no longer secure.
Eyal Geyer Sculpture