Category Archives for My Studio Practice
Yu-Na Kim, Olympic Gold Medalist, Women’s Figure Skating 2010, and Soohorang, Mascot of the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics! Many of you know me as an artist who often uses sports as metaphor and the athlete as subject in my work. I … Continue reading
Calendar Book will be on exhibition at Gallerie Lendroit in Rennes, France from January 18 – March 18, 2018. Please, save the date is curated by Marie Boivant. A translated press release is below. For a PDF with images click … Continue reading
Llewellyn Hensley, RISD MFA Graphic Design 2017, interviewed me as part of her thesis book Content Aware: Investigating Tools, Character & User Behavior. Drawn together by our mutual interest in repetitive and interative strategies, our conversation touched on systems of … Continue reading
Pleased to announce that my video “Drives” will be included in “Poetics of Verticality” at Spektrum Berlin. The exhibition highlights video that takes the perspective of drones, satellite imagery, bird’s-eye views, astral projections and Virtual Cameras. Screenings: August, 20th, 2017. Curated … Continue reading
I had a great studio visit with some wonderful and insightful people on Friday evening! Thanks to everyone who attended and shared their thoughts on my works in progress.
Check out Common Objects of Mystery at the RISD Faculty Exhibition and see new video documentation of this project at lisa-young.com here or on vimeo here..
I recently created a new page on my web site that features an archive of my painting and drawing projects. Check it out here!
Recently I’ve been reading and viewing “The Free World/Artist Unknown,” a double-sided book featuring the work of John D. Monteith and Oliver Wasow. Monteith presents webcam images grabbed from the stream, frozen, and organized into typological themes. Wasow presents analog … Continue reading
A friend recently snapped this shot in New York and sent it to me as an homage to my piece Beloved Object, Day and Night. The double tree, double trash, and street splatter really make this photograph.
Analog paper negatives. 1 1/2″ x 3″ each. Ongoing collection. Halftone digital prints. 5” x 7” paper size. Ongoing collection. Xerox installation. 36” x 45” each. Common Objects of Mystery, 2012 – collection ongoing: Read more about the … Continue reading