earth·bound ˈərTHˌbound/ adjective adjective: earth-bound 1. attached or restricted to the earth.” ~a flightless earthbound bird.” 2. attached or limited to material existence as distinct from a spiritual or heavenly one. ~”her earthbound view of the sacrament.” As unprecedented ecological catastrophe unfolds across our planet, new systems of knowledge and new ways of imagining the …Read more..
This show will baffle visitors for many reasons. For one, there is a lot happening within it that will seem chaotic and pointless. Then there will be the interference between noise and image. This relationship between noise and image occurs either within frames, or between frames of performance. To make things worse, none of …Read more..
Organized annually since 2009 by the Whitechapel Gallery, Artists’ Film International showcases artists working with film, video and animation, selected by 14 partner organizations around the world and presented over the course of a year at each venue. This is the first season Project 88 has participated, represented by my Minds to Lose, 2008-2011. A …Read more..
There is the honoured way to draft a picture, to let a tip nick a surface. This is how drawing began when a point was pushed to make a mark. Beyond running on paper a pencil or pen, lead or ink the colour of soot, or caramel, one might even use fabric, film, or …Read more..