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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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Presenting my work at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Title; Balloon A and Balloon B. Medium: acrylic on paper. Dimensions: each, 8′ x 8′ Title: Sky Painting. Medium: Collage, pastel and acrylic on paper. Dimensions: 4′ x 8′ I will be presenting my work and giving critiques in Chris … Continue reading

25. March 2012 by Lisa Young
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Quote from Ira Glass

I sent the following email to my RISD MFA students in anticipation of spring semester. Hi All, I’m sending you the attached quote from Ira Glass as a way to help focus your energy and ready you for your spring … Continue reading

10. February 2012 by Lisa Young
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Looking at Lorna Bieber

I’ve been spending some time looking at Lorna Bieber’s work on her site at www.lornabieber.com. I love the rhythm, cropping and variation in her sequences, the scale, and the use of mechanical reproduction in her practice. Her “Winter Trees” share … Continue reading

28. December 2011 by Lisa Young
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