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Golden Thrones

At the start of every week I begin to investigate a topic for my Thursday post. Usually I’m at a loss for an idea and just as I’m ready to panic one emerges. On Monday, after several hours searching online … Continue reading

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Fool The Eyes: Artists Who Use Their Skills To Challenge Our Perception (Part 4)

In this series of blog posts we have been exploring artwork designed to cause viewers to look again (and even again) at what they think they are seeing. So far we have discussed examples of imaginary space and hidden symbolism, … Continue reading

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Sophie Calle At Fort Mason – Part 2

Last week I wrote about the French artist Sophie Calle and her exhibition Missing at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture. I discussed two of the four works shown. Today’s post looks at the other two components of that … Continue reading

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Time and the Construction of an Uncanny Beauty

I spent last week in my studio going through old articles and photos that I had cut out of magazines during one of my frenzied cleaning sprees. It was there that I came upon a review of a 2008 exhibition, … Continue reading

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Wolfgang Buttress and The Hive

In recent posts we have been discussing the ways artists and others use a wide variety of information and resources to inspire and inform their work. Today’s post explores a multimedia sculptural installation inspired and informed by the daily life … Continue reading

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