Monthly Archives for April 2012

Jonathas de Andrade at the New Museum

Last week I visited the New Museum Triennial The Ungovernables. I was really taken with the work of Jonathas de Andrade, especially his video 4000 Disparos. He writes “One super-8 roll composed of anonymous male faces randomly captured, frame by … Continue reading

24. April 2012 by Lisa Young
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Thoughts on maintaining a studio practice

This post contains a text I’ve written for a colleague’s blog titled “Thursday Spotlight.” Clara Lieu (RISD Foundation Studies/Illustration/Printmaking) has been inviting artists to answer a set of six questions and collecting their responses. Every Thursday she features a … Continue reading

06. April 2012 by Lisa Young
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