Tag Archive: bruce conner

I’ll bet your relationship to art began with a crayon.

  Remember the smell?  The scratchy sound of the yellow and green cardboard flap folding back in a pixelated-spectrum-reveal?  Which do you choose first?  The joy of that short-lived, sharp-crayon-newness; the fuzziness of… Continue reading

frankenstein’s birthday party…

is a group show i’ve curated…   an homage to the novel and meditation on its continuing relevance. here’s my curatorial statement: 2018 is the bicentennial of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein; or, The Modern… Continue reading

“holding it together”

is a show i’ve curated about assemblage and collage.  in art vernacular, an assemblage (pronounced a-ˌsäm-ˈbläj) or collage is made by putting together preexisting things that weren’t intended to go together and usually… Continue reading