Archive for April, 2011

Jenny Holzer

Jenny Holzer went to Ohio University, Rhode Island School of Design, and the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Holzer was originally an abstract artist, focusing on painting and printmaking; after moving to New York City in 1977, she began working with text as art. She was also an active member […]

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Digi Arts Reflection

Honestly, this class was what I expected. Luckily what I expected was great things. My views on what digital art can be have not changed drastically, but now I know I am able to articulate my opinions through my newfound knowledge of photoshop. I feel like what I am capable of through digital art has been greatly […]

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Proof of work

Well I spent approximately 9 hours with a camera glued to my face like this: I came out with many photos like this: Then I spent around 4 hours editing pictures in the form of cropping, increasing saturation and contrast…. Eventually it all came together to make this…. and I had to wait an hour […]

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Stephen Vitiello

Stephen Vitiello is a visual and sound artist, who as originally a punk guitarist. Vitiello was a resident artist at the World Trade Center in 1999 where he recorded sounds from the 91st floor using home-built contact microphones. Vitiello has had solo exhibitions of sound installations, photographs and drawings at multiple museums and galleries. I was somewhat […]

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