Monthly Archives: September 2012

Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama’s Fireflies on the Water is an immersive installation consisting of mirrors, plexiglass, lights and water. The walls of the mirrored room reflect in one another creating an illusion of an ever-extending space. The piece seems magical, though I … Continue reading

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Correlation of Space: Gehry Kohler and Vincent Como

I recently have became familiar with Kansas City based artist, Gehry Kohler.  More specifically, his process-based drawings.  The drawings, at first glance, resemble minimalist works of the 1960′s, but upon closer examination his detailed labor intensive process starts to show. … Continue reading

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Maureen Nolette

Maureen Nollette’s installations and drawings use everyday materials and  laborious process  to create dense patterns and environments.  These works are gridded and uniform, using a system that serves as a sort of loom. Most often Nollette uses ribbon as her … Continue reading

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In response to Amy M. Ho

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In Response to Michelle Grabner’s work

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Markus Amm

  When I first encountered Markus Amm’s work in the halls of Booth School of Business, I was  quite taken with his formal/material operations. Simultaneously mysterious and obvious, I wonder what parameters or set of instructions Amm is both working … Continue reading

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