Cincinnati 2014

Cincinnati 2014

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Cincinnati 2014

Cincinnati 2014

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Cincinnati 2014

Cincinnati 2014

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Windows 95 start sound by Brian Eno stretched to 10 minutes

editing video/photos all day to this.

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Cincinnati 2014

Cincinnati 2014

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Memphis 2014

Memphis 2014

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Nashville 2014

Nashville 2014

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thephotographicdictionary:

conclude          con·clude          [kuhn-klood]
–verb (used without object)
1. to come to an end; finish: The meeting concluded at ten o’clock. 
2. to arrive at an opinion or judgment; come to a decision; decide: The jury concluded to set the accused free.

thephotographicdictionary:

conclude          con·clude          [kuhn-klood]

–verb (used without object)

1. to come to an end; finish: The meeting concluded at ten o’clock.

2. to arrive at an opinion or judgment; come to a decision; decide: The jury concluded to set the accused free.

(via lindleywarren)

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John Cage In a Landscape

thephotographicdictionary:

tar           [tahr]
–noun
1. any of various dark-colored viscid products obtained by the destructive distillation of certain organic substances, as coal or wood.
2. coal-tar pitch.

Contributed to Lindley Warren’s project The Photographic Dictionary

thephotographicdictionary:

tar           [tahr]

–noun

1. any of various dark-colored viscid products obtained by the destructive distillation of certain organic substances, as coal or wood.

2. coal-tar pitch.

Contributed to Lindley Warren’s project The Photographic Dictionary

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everythingiscollective:

EIC Artist Talk at University of Cincinnati 
Monday, April 7, 2014
5PM 
DAAP Room 5401




Wish I could be/see/hear this!

everythingiscollective:

EIC Artist Talk at University of Cincinnati 

Monday, April 7, 2014

5PM 

DAAP Room 5401

Wish I could be/see/hear this!

(via jaclynrwright)

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The Recurring Sara Cwynar

JACKIE LINTON: You were recently inspired by the book “Roman Letters” by Evan Calder Williams, and I notice that Roman columns are a visual metaphor that appear both in his book, and in your work. What attracts you to the idea of these columns?

SARA CWYNAR: I love that book so much, but I didn’t read it until I had already made the work—and I just wanted to high-five him when I came across it. One thing I’m drawn to that he talks about is the commodification of these tourist sites, and how a drink, or a hot dog, costs more if it’s in the shadow of the monument, than if it’s bought around the corner. I really like the idea that these types of relics are supposed to hold history and meaning, but that they’ve been emptied of it, and turned into a commodity. It becomes a thing that just people take pictures of, that resurfaces in vacation snapshots, tourist guides, and encyclopedias—and how far these images have come from their original meaning or the historical context they once had. In the column pieces, I am collecting examples of where these architectural qualities have manifested themselves through party cups, and in these cheap objects that everyone has in their house, things that I find in Goodwill, or junk stores, or places where they’ve been intentionally discarded.

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Hung out with Casey James Wilson in his studio the other night.

Hung out with Casey James Wilson in his studio the other night.

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Black 3, 2014, c-print, 93 x 68 inches
Travess Smalley

Black 3, 2014, c-print, 93 x 68 inches

Travess Smalley

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