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The Wizard Leaves the Curtain Open Now

The first time I saw anything resembling live animation I had stumbled across the work of Gregory Barsamian while browsing the Platform Animation Festival’s 2007 awards. I wondered what an award-winning, animated installation looked like and I was floored by … Continue reading

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Neighborhood as Art (part 2)

Walking through the “Neighborhood as Art” exhibit on opening night several of the artists’ statements jumped out at me. The way in which their perspectives and inspirations so closely resembled my own made me feel like part of an established … Continue reading

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Neighborhood as Art (Part 1)

An excerpt from “Stone Flora” my contribution to “The Neighborhood as Art.” The full video is 4 min. 23 sec. long and set in the context of the Riverside-Avondale neighborhood it might be fun to go out and try to … Continue reading

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