Tag Archives: San Francisco

Poetics of Collaboration: Part II

Much like the artists who channel and challenge art historical figures in the current Remasters exhibition at Plug Projects,¬†poet Cedar Sigo, draws inspiration from and writes about poetry itself. I came across Sigo’s work at San Francisco’s famous City Lights … Continue reading

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Site Visit: San Francisco

Last week I spent a few days exploring San Francisco and fell head-over-heels for the city, the weather (or micro-climates), and the landscape. We did the touristy thing and headed to hike around Alcatraz. I was surprised to learn about … Continue reading

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“Hardly nothing to do without”

Carey Lin paints scenarios composed of everyday studio detritus, found Internet clippings, and vagrant residues from attended artist residencies- to name a few. Lin’s work evokes questions as to the nature of what a painting can be and what, however … Continue reading

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Christian Marclay: “Looking for Love”

Welcome¬†Natalie Popovic Schuh, our first guest curator for the PLUG projects blog! The PLUG BLOG acts as a curatorial extension to our physical space at 1613 Genessee. We will feature artists whose work relates to the current work on view, … Continue reading

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