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April 16, 2012 By Inga Kiderra and Paul Mueller UC San Diego, Clarke Foundation Collaborate to Create Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination
Former Yale professor and experimental filmmaker Standish Lawder GRD ’67 returned to campus Wednesday to receive the Film Studies Program’s annual award for a talented member of the field...
To pass the time during long flights, artist Nina Katchadourian goes to the lavatory, adorns herself in tissue paper costume, and creates hilarious self-portrait photos in the style of Flemish R
She was the first Afro-American to show at the Venice Biennial and one of the few to have ever taken part in documenta—and twice, at that: in 1987 and 2002.
In order to represent the work of Teddy Cruz, the team drew on his own model for practice, which uses CONFLICT as an Operational Tool with which to intervene and construct design, policy, and m
In a perfect world, Standish Lawder's "Necrology" would be shown as broadly and as often as possible, and would be a widely-known and oft-heralded film that transcends its experimental tag...
Director Works by Amy Adler March 23-July 31 Drammens Museum, Nøstetangen room
March 28-April 1 Second Floor, Whitney Museum of American Art
The Hammer Museum announced on Wednesday a new $100,000 award to a Los Angeles artist participating in its first biennial, “Made in L.A.” And, in a popular voting process familiar f
Disclosed unLocation - Interactive Audio in South Park By Bobby Bray