sometimes it makes you ____
Installation shot for Tegan Moore’s A Negentropic Promise at DNA Artspace, on until September 27. Vancouver! Tegan is also part of 221A’s current show, The Corruption of Time’s Dust. From her DNA exhibition write-up:"An object which shines is an object that can be renewed by having its shine restored; it is a negentropic promise, and the promise of future rescindings." - Steven Connor, IntactTegan Moore’s website.DNA Artspace website.221A website.

Installation shot for Tegan Moore’s A Negentropic Promise at DNA Artspace, on until September 27. Vancouver! Tegan is also part of 221A’s current show, The Corruption of Time’s Dust. From her DNA exhibition write-up:

"An object which shines is an object that can be renewed by having its shine restored; it is a negentropic promise, and the promise of future rescindings." - Steven Connor, Intact

Tegan Moore’s website.
DNA Artspace website.
221A website.


littlebrownmushroom:

From The Library: Oh! Dr. Kinsey: A Photographic Reaction to the Kinsey Report (1953)


Dang:Under Construction — New Positions in American Photography 
16 September — 10 December
Sara VanDerBeek, Lucas Blalock, Joshua Citarella, Jessica Eaton, Daniel Gordon, Owen Kydd, Matt Lipps, Matthew Porter and Kate Steciw
Foam Photography MuseumKeizersgracht 6091017 DS Amsterdamvia Time & Space.

Dang:

Under Construction — New Positions in American Photography

16 September — 10 December

Sara VanDerBeek, Lucas Blalock, Joshua Citarella, Jessica Eaton, Daniel Gordon, Owen Kydd, Matt Lipps, Matthew Porter and Kate Steciw

Foam Photography Museum
Keizersgracht 609
1017 DS Amsterdam

via Time & Space.


Stan Rogers, “Northwest Passage.”


Alain Badiou - On Optimism


"…a man, standing casually with one leg crossed over the other, looks at the view through his camera’s viewfinder for no other purpose than the sheer pleasure of doing so…" -Geoffrey Batchen, Burning with Desire.Jurraien Andriessen, Artist with a Camera Obscura, c. 1810. From The Open Research Library DRAWING WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS - DEVICES AND CONCEPTS OF VISUALITY AND REPRESENTATION.

"…a man, standing casually with one leg crossed over the other, looks at the view through his camera’s viewfinder for no other purpose than the sheer pleasure of doing so…" -Geoffrey Batchen, Burning with Desire.

Jurraien Andriessen, Artist with a Camera Obscura, c. 1810.
From The Open Research Library DRAWING WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS - DEVICES AND CONCEPTS OF VISUALITY AND REPRESENTATION.


For that one minute of downtime between looking for furniture on Kijiji and trying to remember how to research. FotoFilmic.

For that one minute of downtime between looking for furniture on Kijiji and trying to remember how to research.

FotoFilmic.


karmakarmanyc:

Andro Wekua, Gems Survey
Text by Massimiliano Gioni
Karma, New York, 2014
400 Pages
8.1 x 5.9 inches (20.6 x 14.9 cm)
SPECIAL EDITION HARDCOVER
SIGNED AND NUMBERED
EDITION OF 50
$250 PURCHASE 
PHOTOS

Such talented book-making.

karmakarmanyc:

Andro Wekua, Gems Survey

Text by Massimiliano Gioni

Karma, New York, 2014

400 Pages

8.1 x 5.9 inches (20.6 x 14.9 cm)

SPECIAL EDITION HARDCOVER

SIGNED AND NUMBERED

EDITION OF 50

$250 PURCHASE 

PHOTOS

Such talented book-making.


Via Christopher Schreck, image of the Resource Room from the New Museum’s catalog for The Rhetorical Image. The archived catalog at the New Museum’s website.

Via Christopher Schreck, image of the Resource Room from the New Museum’s catalog for The Rhetorical Image.
The archived catalog at the New Museum’s website.


christopherschreck:




click HERE for a pdf of the catalog from the Resource Room of The Rhetorical Image, a 1990 exhibition at the New Museum exploring how images persuade audiences to accept authoritative points of view while asserting an authority of their own. 
The Resource Room, an appendix to the show, allowed visitors to reflect on their experience of museums by responding to a series of written questions, such as “How do you see your role as a member of the museum’s audience” and “How do you think the museum perceives you?”

christopherschreck:

click HERE for a pdf of the catalog from the Resource Room of The Rhetorical Image, a 1990 exhibition at the New Museum exploring how images persuade audiences to accept authoritative points of view while asserting an authority of their own. 

The Resource Room, an appendix to the show, allowed visitors to reflect on their experience of museums by responding to a series of written questions, such as “How do you see your role as a member of the museum’s audience” and “How do you think the museum perceives you?”











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