Monthly Archives: August 2012

Michelle Grabner in Color

Our exhibition Endless includes the methodical tondo drawings of Chicago-based artist, eductor, writer, gallerist (and more, I’m sure) Michelle Grabner.  Her works create a mesmerizing space of repetitive marks that seem simultaneously mathematical and rather intuitive.  I’m trying to figure … Continue reading

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Bloom

In conjunction with the Endless exhibition currently on view at Plug Projects, the premise of our show reminded me of Bloom, an installation by Brooklyn-based artist and 2006 MacArthur Fellow Anna Schuleit.  Bloom was an installation of 28,000 potted flowers … Continue reading

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9 Beet Stretch

Yesterday I was listening to a RadioLab podcast about Time, and they mentioned “9 Beet Stretch”, a project by artist Lief Inge. It is a recording of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony stretched to 24 hours, without pitch distortion. The experience feels … Continue reading

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We are all stardust

I’ve been thinking about infinity and how to possibly comprehend that idea. I will post more on the subject as I read and learn more about it. One of the more obvious places I figured to look into is what … Continue reading

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