A conversation with the first family of setting: Debbie Green-Vargas, Nicole Vargas, & Dana Vargas.
A conversation with author and USC professor Aimee Bender, and Museum of Jurassic Technology director David Wilson. Recorded on 22 May 2006 in the Museum of Jurassic Technology tea room.
Between January & September 2007 I worked on Location:Sensation: an exploration of Locations in time and space and recordings of the Sensations found there.
The thing I love about New Media is that it’s new! MMORPG’s like Facebook, Chatroulette or Final Fantasy are sites for social production.
The Mondo Guerra collection at SEE Eyewear: amazing design, helpful people, reasonable prices! No more boring eyeglass frames!
I tried to buy an MS Surface for WordPress at the Microsoft Store at South Coast Plaza, but somehow bought a Macbook for Ghost at the Apple Store!
Curator Michelle Leonhart’s Crash the Planet installed today and opened tonight at Los Angeles hackerspace CRASH Space.*
Michelle Leonhart is curating Crash the Planet for CRASH space, a Los Angeles hackerspace. My painting Locutus, an abstract-geometric portrait of Locutus of Borg (Patrick Stewart) seemed like the best contribution I could make. Locutus came pretty close to crashing the planet.
Works of art have scale. Cyberspace has zoom factor. What happens when a corporeal work of art is experienced in cyberspace? What is the nature of works of art created there?
This activity prompt for a hybrid or online class is intended to develop student critical thinking in the context of a freshman level, general education art course at the California State University (CSU).
Electronic candles are like the polyester leisure suits of our age. Liars. LEDs are like the vinyl miniskirts of our age. Celebrations of new materials.
A bunch of peeps born in the same year. How cool. Next time maybe I should find some less famous.
Thanks to my colleagues in our CSU FLC (California State University, Faculty Learning Community) for helping me advance critical thinking in my classes.
Do you remember The World Wide Web? It was all about Links.
Your favorite Girl Scout Cookie? Samoas? Thin Mints? All pretty great, right? But do you know how little of your money helps the girl you buy them from?
RULA’s had visitors from 50 countries in 6 months. Ahmed Seddik makes Egypt country #51 & starts the 2nd half of 100 countries.
In a rich and dense LA Art Book Fair, the highlight for me was a small table in the MOCA Geffen bookstore where Jacqueline Suskin wrote poems for visitors.
Food, drink, and demonstrations meditate on the regenerative possibilities of decomposition and the Life in it.
Long before humanity’s Electronic Internet, the “Urinternet” has been dog’s form of social production. It’s not just pee, it’s a blog comment!
Dasha & Tiki went to Union Station to deliver a lost passport!