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The Sky at Moriarty: A collaborative project with Image in Context students at the Lesley University College of Art and Design. By Aaron Krach and Lisa Young
Available on Blurb! The Moriarty Library at the Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD) is sited in a former church. The church has stained glass windows that filter light from the heavens. Through the panes of leaded glass … 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.
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 recently created a new page on my web site that features an archive of my painting and drawing projects. Check it out here!
I’m collecting readings/thoughts/examples of artists’ work for a new course that examines shifts between analog and screen based photographic culture. Lately I’ve been looking at Penelope Umbrico, Dina Kelberman, and Oliver Wasow as practitioners. I love their work and am … Continue reading
Drive-By Projects will open it’s 2014 season with Bridge, an exhibition including Allison Bianco’s panoramic print Mantunuck!, photographs from Kevin Thrasher’s Brown’s Island Series, and Lisa Young’s inkjet print series Bridge. Lisa Young’s series of eight prints feature bridges cut from travel postcards and collaged … Continue reading
John Schabel: Passengers. (2013. Twin Palms Press. 8 x 10 Inches. 73 Duotone Plates. 84 Pages) I first saw Schabel’s analog prints (an obsessive series of photographs taken between 1994 – 1996) at the 1997 Whitney Biennial, and have long … Continue reading
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design/Chace Center February 22- March 17 Opening reception February 21st, 6-8pm If you are in town, I’d love to see you at the opening! Gross, 2013 Using a digital camera, I photographed a … Continue reading
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