Tag Archives for everyday objects
So pleased to have been asked to lecture on my work and participate in senior multidisciplinary capstone critiques at Smith College! If you’re in Northampton on November 4th, please stop by my talk and say hello!
Happy today for a mention in this review of the RISD Faculty Exhibition! See the entire article here.
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’m pleased to have my new work “Pool” on exhibition at Quint Contemporary Art. For more about the exhibition, click here or go to http://quintgallery.com/announcement/horizon/
My aluminum tree with vintage ornaments makes another appearance for the holiday season.
The Red Eye Gallery Class The Red Eye Gallery Class I teach is an interdisciplinary course that balances the logistics of curating with critical thinking and analysis. Our second exhibition, SX-70 | Christopher Scholz Photographs |1976 – 1978, has been … Continue reading
A fantastic blow mold sheep to add to my flock, a winter landscape by a talented paint-by-number artist created using only six colors, and a mysterious life size Xerox cat.
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