Brittny Badger wrote in with some really nice design, illustration, and disassembled household appliance art. These photos are from her “senior thesis project at the hartford art school this past year…i took apart used cooking/cleaning appliances, and arranged their interior parts very systematically on a white sheet of bristol board. my intention was to explore the hidden “brains” of these appliances; allowing us to view these everyday objects from a new perspective.”
New work from Alex McLeod. Along with the site update he has two solo shows opening soon: August 26 at Angell Gallery in Toronto and September 3 at Anno Domini in San Jose.
Someoddpilot and Andrew Rafacz have partnered to present Public Works 2, a group exhibition of new work by Sonnenzimmer, Seripop, Dan Funderburgh and Mike Perry. The exhibition runs August 6th through September 3rd, 2010 here in Chicago at the Andrew Rafacz Gallery. The show’s run will be punctuated by Friday evening speaker events with a rotating cast of DJs.
8/13 – Speaker event + afterparty
Scott Thomas (Post Family / Obama)
Stephen Gossett (Flavorpill)
DJ Pete Dougherty (Hey Champ)
8/20 – Speaker event + afterparty
Chuck Anderson (No Pattern)
Zach Dodson (Featherproof Press / Bleached Whale)
DJ Dinoscopy (Only Children)
8/27 – Speaker event + afterparty
Mike Perry (Brooklyn designer)
Dan Funderburgh (Brooklyn designer)
DJ Jobot (Jojo Yang)
9/3 – Speaker event + afterparty
Chris Force (Alarm / Design Bureau)
Nick and Nadine (Sonnenzimmer)
DJ Clerical Error (Jocelyn Brown)
Just love the work of bi-coastal artist Tauba Auerbach. It’s really refreshing in it’s simplicity.
Undoing is a butoh performance series that explores modes of erasing the individual mind’s claim to the body. This radical point of erasure between object and subject is pursued in order to achieve a quality of emptiness. Once the individual has been eclipsed, the ego silenced, the body will be danced. Undoing will undo itself everyday on the Drostdy Lawns at the National Arts Festival Grahamstown.
Costumes: Black Coffee
Styling: Nicole Van Heerden
Photography: Brett Rubin
Hattie is an illustrator and set maker working in London. Make sure to check out “You Came Out” for some stop motion magic.
Above are a few photos from an in interesting project titled The Dead Photos