Tagged with "art"

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  1. de-re-/con-struct(ur)ed_LANG(U)agE

    de-re-/con-struct(ur)ed_LANG(U)agE

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    by fratha Published May 22 2007

    The faculty to speak and the reflection about one's language are inherent characteristics of human beings. According to Ferdinand de Saussure's thesis human language can be divided into three fundamental aspects: the biological preconditions for...

  2. Art Sparks Interactive Gallery

    Art Sparks Interactive Gallery

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    by Beth Redmond-Jones Published April 12 2007

    This interactive art space was a real find and a popular place with my family. It is the first time that we have gone to an art museum as a family and all family members have been engaged and have had a positive experience. The interactives and...

  3. Messagers

    Messagers

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    by Stephane Bezombes Published June 15 2007

    Exposition au Centre Pompidou, du 6 juin au 17 septembre 2007. Annette Messager met en scène le devenir inquiétant des objets familiers et des jeux d’enfant. Chaque installation est un assemblage de photographies, de dessins, d’accumulation, de...

  4. systema metropolis

    systema metropolis

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    by Lynda Kelly Published August 30 2007

    This exhibition forms part of the contemporary art program at the Natural History Museum, London (NHM). Timed to celebrate 300 years since Carl Linnaeus’s birth, it looks at how we make order from chaos through four field trips around London that were...

  5. New Hamilton Building - Denver Art Museum

    New Hamilton Building - Denver Art Museum

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    by Erik Thogersen Published September 03 2007

    While on vacation in Denver Colorado, I spent a morning at the new Hamilton Building of the Denver Art Museum with my wife and two year old daughter. Fully enjoying an art museum with a two year old can be a challenge. While we generally have a great...

  6. Old Masters Picture Gallery in Second Life

    Old Masters Picture Gallery in Second Life

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    by Jim Spadaccini Published September 19 2007

    Second Life for those who haven't heard of it, is a popular, Internet-based virtual world. Registered users create their own avatars, interact with other users, and even build structures and spaces. I've ventured into Second Life (abbreviated as...

  7. Art in Original Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh

    Art in Original Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh

    Case Study

    by Glenn Walsh Published April 01 2008

    Art in Pittsburgh’s Original Buhl Planetarium By Glenn A. Walsh 2008 April Science-related art can be used as another tool to help explain science topics to the general public. When Pittsburgh's original Buhl...

  8. Art by Computer

    Art by Computer

    Case Study

    by Wendy Pollock Published February 24 2008

    Long before the iPhone came on the scene, Apple Computer worked with the Lawrence Hall of Science to produce an exhibition that featured "45 of the best current computer artworks." Art by Computer went on to tour the United States through ASTC,...

  9. Take Your Time, Olafur Eliasson

    Take Your Time, Olafur Eliasson

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    by Katherine Whitney Published March 07 2008

    How do you get strangers to interact in an art museum? Create dynamic spaces filled with light, color, water (even darkness) and no labels! I recently went to see the Olafur Eliasson exhibit at SFMOMA and I felt like I was at the Exploratorium. I went...

  10. Massive Change

    Massive Change

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    by Kathleen McLean Published April 12 2007

    I first saw Massive Change at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. I had heard about it from staff at the Vancouver Art Gallery, where the exhibition originated, and from all the press materials I received, it sounded like it might be different from...

  11. Dalí and Film

    Dalí and Film

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    by Matt Kirchman Published July 01 2008

    I found myself in St. Petersburg recently, so I went to the Salvador Dalí Museum and took in the exhibition, Dalí and Film. From the website: Dalí and Film (February – June, 2008) is "the first exhibition examining the profound relationship...

  12. Tree Top Walkway and Rhizotron

    Tree Top Walkway and Rhizotron

    Case Study

    by Will Jackson Published July 23 2008

    In 2007 we were commissioned to provide creative installations for the new Tree Top Walkway, Rhizotron passageway and Plaza at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, London. When I first started thinking about this exciting project…doodling on the back...

  13. The Animated Artwork of Laura Vaccaro Seeger

    The Animated Artwork of Laura Vaccaro Seeger

    Case Study

    by Paul Orselli Published November 20 2008

    Laura Vaccaro Seeger is an award-winning author/illustrator who lives on Long Island. The Long Island-based Nassau County Museum of Art (NCMA) had approached Laura to mount a temporary show of original artwork from her books, but wanted to create an...

  14. Peggy Preheim: Little Black Book

    Peggy Preheim: Little Black Book

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    by Ellen Williams Published December 16 2008

    Vast expanses of white greet the visitor to the Peggy Preheim: Little Black Book exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (through Feb. 9, 2009) - - 20’ white walls, white frames, off-white mat board, white paper. An occasional black leather...

  15. Ancient American galleries of

    Ancient American galleries of "Latin American Art: Ancient to Contemporary"

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    by Jeanne Hoel Published January 09 2009

    On Pre-Columbian art and Pinkberry: Jorge Pardo’s reinstallation of the Ancient America galleries at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art The first view is shocking. Well, the first two views. The first is revealed when you step out of the...