Examples of generated reviews

  • [ 3e61d85a ] Dirk's COVID cartoons are both politically intense and socially heartbreaking.
  • [ 57dabc87 ] Raphael is one of the greatest artists in the history of western art.
  • [ c9d7e559 ] Art is for art sake and the three graces
  • [ bb1c6020 ] Marian wrote her excellent dissertation on
  • [ bd7e7ecb ] Two young attractive women find themselves in pitch black space. Then, they start to interact with an illuminating object which is located in the middle of the space. They find themselves in their dark dreamscapes.
  • [ 76eca73d ] Many people find Tom Nook’s work impenetrable, but other say it is worth taking the time to understand.
  • [ dfd3bf08 ] Soldiers want citizens to Have respect while dealing out death
  • [ 5365dd74 ] A young woman wakes up next to a luminous object in a vast, extremely dark room full of mirrors. She realises that she lies on the surface of black water. Then, she discovers another woman sleeping on the water. She wakes her up. In the middle of the dark space, the two start to interact with the object.
  • [ 0df11dc3 ] water, red gloves, fly, past experiences, woman, eye, staring, dark memories
  • [ 07bd37b7 ] music, love, tradition, banjo, songs, singer, original,
  • [ bff69ad8 ] Maybe this should use an iterator
  • [ cd1afab3 ] I prefer using Perl to Python because
  • [ b0489a72 ] Woman painter uses rhythmic line quality
  • [ a7d3a482 ] Clinical support tool, help generalist health care professional
  • [ d08749df ] This novel takes everyday encountters to their logical extremes
  • [ 59ed6a74 ] Brick wall chalk writing of obscene words done by young schoolchildren during the lesson break
  • [ 59244f44 ] hi this is meg gerger gr fwef weg re
  • [ 59bab02d ] I was interested in the relationship between the telephone and the psychic world.
  • [ 87ad99fd ] William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement
  • [ 7b71ce5d ] Art-historical accounts of the 1980s are dominated by the tale of two postmodernisms, which pits the critical rigor of Pictures artists against the fast-and-loose pluralism of neo-expressionists.
  • [ 33e77772 ] This latest show by the collective named Sublimina is confusing, but still interesting.
  • [ 0f9360fe ] This latest show of styrofoam animals by the art collective Sublimina is confusing, but still interesting.
  • [ 8e92db17 ] The newly launched Art Review Generator by artist Lucidbeaming is a flawed but fascinating exploration of the vocabulary and language used in describing fine art.
  • [ 02b5c90d ] Monster is the latest show by sculpture Giles Walker.
  • [ 7a19f463 ] Compose (three) paragraph or longer reviews of those songs Ask yourself: What do you like about the song? Is it catchy? Why? What is the writing style like? What techniques do they use? What topics do they talk about? How do you relate to the song and/or artist? What does it make you think of? Do you have any memories attached to the song? What feelings or emotions does it create within the listener?
  • [ a093ebe0 ] Michael Bay was the director behind Transformers: The Movie.
  • [ eabda024 ] I am very sorry to disappoint you.
  • [ b4b8179f ] The deepness of the color blue reminded me of the ocean on a sunny day.
  • [ afe08d4d ] Archive Study is a body of work where photos of flowers have been manipulated to discuss the problems with archiving flowers, or anything for that matter, with photography.
  • [ 242a2eba ] A fake smile Mona Lisa
  • [ 68bb0aa9 ] Psychoanalysis charcoal alienation layers drawing
  • [ 270185f0 ] marina frattaroli is a brilliant intriguing and mysterious woman
  • [ 23390ba0 ] It wasn’t as easy as he’d been led to believe it would be.
  • [ dfcd17b4 ] Travel for me isn't a topic as much as rather a strategy to acquire pictorial subject matter.
  • [ 61516554 ] damien hirst vs vaporwave in the pandemic culture
  • [ 8ffc9f00 ] The video Foundation (12 min. 2020) is a documentation of an excursion in the foundations and the upper ventilation room at Moderna Museet in Stockholm. The tour, led by the property and security officer of the museum, unearths parts of the past that are covered by a sealed grey rubber floor. (dig into a past covered by a sealed grey rubber floor.)
  • [ 6ca652fa ] zizekian modalities amidst post fordist presentations
  • [ ca489623 ] Van Gogh’s evening cigarette just before he puts up his paints for the evening
  • [ bd64d046 ] Review on the movie ‘Mulholland Drive’. 3000 word minimum.
  • [ 16c59c68 ] He makes Didactic artwork that is raw and industrial and spontaneous.
  • [ 7fdadbd8 ] Sometimes the most mundane of art is the most heart hitting. An example of such notion is that of the film, Paterson, released in 2007 and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Explain and discuss the realism and beautiful simplicity behind the straight to the point but yet full of emotion story in this film. Discuss how it is able to utilize poetry to drive the main character forward.
  • [ 765c1d2d ] Social theory in the curatorial method, especially in the context of the trend towards digital platforms and interactions.
  • [ 1587b8f7 ] Michael Vandermeer is a sculptor whose current artistic practice is informed by his training in Nuclear Physics. With a remarkable aptitude for engineering, metallurgy, electronics and chemistry, Michael broadens the studio’s palette to include unique materials and technologies. He has recently added bronze casting to ie creative’s material capabilities. In his individual practice, Michael employs contoured electromagnetic fields to illuminate an invisible universe that permeates quotidian reality.
  • [ 263c0817 ] Justin Roger Golano, 25 years old artist based in Brussels present his new exhibition. Paintings; performance shit paitings sword. World's best Darks Souls 3 fighter.
  • [ 455a6cb8 ] Baden's new media artworks are
  • [ ccce63ae ] art should be more affordable and accessible
  • [ e56b3058 ] The performance work of Brian Fuata spans emails, ghosts and collaborative modes of inquiry.
  • [ f2d9e862 ] The exhibition from artist Martin Kramberger
  • [ accacfe5 ] Space for Autonomous Imagination is a space for experimentation and space to stimulate creative activity as a way to meet and participate in the world. The inflatable structure was design for the audience to enter a new world; an ecosystem has never seen before. The figures and elements might seem familiar, but it will difficult to tell what they are. By forgetting what you know about the world, the audience will learn how to navigate the space and create their play and their unique story. The structure is designed to be deceiving, random, and confusing. The elements of the structure provoke instability and loss of gravity as the body becomes a mass in sway. By forgetting what they know about the world, the visitors will learn how to navigate the space and embody their own narrative.
  • [ 21e37684 ] The dreams of eternity, a void of nothingness, the sea of eccentricity.
  • [ 68b9826d ] Dusty is a contemporary art lover
  • [ aa21068a ] Ai Weiwei is an artist from China.
  • [ a8470f2f ] The painting is used to represent the frontliners battling against the pandemic so people can be free from the disease.
  • [ 0e90b2b9 ] Seven colours too many lows.
  • [ 5c23fa7a ] Vasilis Angelopoulos creates Dark artworks made of paraffin and oil on canvas mixed up with ash and soil in order to create and reproduce non iconic deities and abstract concepts.
  • [ f9a355d9 ] The failure of Altermodernism to address the internet age.
  • [ 34dd4ad0 ] This may be, in fact, one of the best pieces of post-impressionism:
  • [ afc76da7 ] Miri Regev is no veteran of the art scene and yet has managed to create an experience so
  • [ f4c5b177 ] Chris Coombes makes paintings of trees.
  • [ ee2dc327 ] Mystic symbolism all encompassing installation performance life art dream
  • [ 4f02c685 ] Grass and water bowls with first nations
  • [ 9280106e ] Lydia went to art school and created performative videos that
  • [ 865b6cce ] I’ve never seen art quite like this before. I’m not sure how I feel. Equally awed and repulsed
  • [ 00cda206 ] black and white photograph empty street dog
  • [ e7f8309b ] further ash is a found poem
  • [ 9e623654 ] A painting is hanging on a wall depicting round dark brown shapes that are similar to clouds or grave holes.
  • [ 597d37b6 ] Computer baseball Guston painting bikini boat island
  • [ d124ca85 ] Taylor Quilty is a performance artist working at the intersection of decolonial ontologies and disability as urbanity.
  • [ 2724e41b ] Minimal Art with works made of moon rocks and fox fur
  • [ f5e8f57e ] The new collection "Bigly Art for Tiny Folk" being show at Ventana Fine Art studio in Santa Fe's famous Canyon Road district, is Galen Welte's first showing depicting
  • [ 20d9e955 ] Jorge Molder is an exquisite example of
  • [ a6989bc1 ] John Latham’s Big Breather (1970) is an art project intended to be used as a mode of power generation using tidal energy. It consists of an acrylic tube placed on the sea bed which inflated and deflated a bellies depending on the rising of the tides and gives off a whistling sound.
  • [ b01c3ec3 ] Brayden's leaf balls and bed paintings were situated
  • [ 4de437b9 ] The sonification of trains are
  • [ 76eca88a ] This contemporary figurative artist from Berlin creates work that is
  • [ 3fb70a7b ] Although within his written statements Haegele places emphasis on queerness, his actual symbols are too abstracted to speak to
  • [ d1bf7221 ] In his recent solo exhibition Causers, Hemmo Siponen produced a body of watercolour paintings, that addressed multiple different causes of uncertainties and indeterminacies around us.
  • [ eb77956b ] When I think about the abject,
  • [ 201e7bae ] Art that is produced during a pandemic
  • [ d5adc8f4 ] DRUGS is an experimental, sculptural body of work by Paul Eggins. It aims to identify the conservative attitude the Australian Government currently holds towards the use of a range of illicit substances and contextualise them in a more progressive manner. DRUGS by no means supports the uneducated use of these substances, but rather acts as a conversation piece and a hypothesis for future pharmaceutical medicines.
  • [ 7ed269ef ] The Birth of Venus is a painting by the Italian artist Sandro Botticelli, probably made in the mid 1480s. It depicts the goddess Venus arriving at the shore after her birth, when she had emerged from the sea fully-grown. The painting is in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy.
  • [ 683891fe ] Simone just published her last album and it is quite a piece
  • [ 12f67510 ] The paintings that Vermeer has recently made are
  • [ dc0d231b ] Gautier Pellegrin photography fashion landscape and thoughtful images
  • [ 710de1c1 ] Liza Soberano, there' s still a chance to abdicate that group.
  • [ f5b6b2f0 ] This painting blew my balls off and is the most original thing I’ve ever seen
  • [ a29238e3 ] Cameron Bunce uses light and texture to
  • [ be74a9f0 ] Tiffany Fang is an artist from New Jersey who creates graphite drawings that are evocative of psychological spaces. The drawings use abstract but organic forms, some resembling running dogs or a blossoming flower. Her work is rooted in her experiences as an Asian American living in COVID times.
  • [ 0aca3b4e ] Kizi Spielmann Rose is an abstract painter based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His work enhances with modernist lineages such as minimalism, constructivism, biomorphic abstraction, and op-art.
  • [ 1fa84985 ] Is painting dead? What is the relationship between painting and our capitalist culture?
  • [ 35d6514f ] The work of Timothy Hutto's "Big Kids Table" defines the still life photograph for a contemporary audience interested whimsy and surrealism.
  • [ a568adfe ] This art speaks to me about how truly dangerous people can be. It is very pretty and interesting
  • [ 6633215a ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ 63fa25b2 ] The handicraft of 3d printed jewelry.
  • [ fb2af2ee ] Eerie night landscape photographs of Greenland by Steve Giovinvco
  • [ 816a0bd9 ] Digital and analog photography divide.
  • [ 89027ca1 ] michael neve creates copper monoplane sculptures that glow with warmth under a sleek resin coating.
  • [ b7bdc4e2 ] hyperrealism still life Dutch realism Canadian pop art
  • [ 7f42803d ] Wouterdwinter ink drawings pen inktober event instagram community prompts creative take daily sketches
  • [ 56e8dc14 ] Amy Tidwell scans small painting moments for
  • [ ab4eb2bc ] Amy Tidwell finds the wonder in small painting moments
  • [ eacc1133 ] Tara Ohanian stuns the ordinary with painterly wit and
  • [ 01fad041 ] Mixed media installation Hong Kong female artist solo exhibition
  • [ 963c9dcb ] Priya Pena's paintings confront you with private moments, infused with a mix of delight and horror to
  • [ 4094fa6e ] Dana Schein paints sad and funny with the same stroke. Using anachronisms
  • [ 24b6d334 ] Juicy Gorilla Grip Wet Ass Pussy
  • [ 32b034b7 ] Observing reality enough will show you deep structures that define our visual world, how can light be abstracted?
  • [ d09ab46d ] Who is David wojnarowicz and what's his work about the AIDS crisis
  • [ e62ab326 ] I make cool weapons but it is art
  • [ 6cb4c05a ] Samanthas artwork explores collective human memory through mundane found materials taken from the city streets
  • [ 48cc057c ] Is Anselm Kiefer a good painter?
  • [ b1b5eb97 ] New sculpture from Ai Wei Wei
  • [ a07eda55 ] Woodblock prints depicting the grittiness of life in the city. The solitude of ravens.
  • [ 375465b5 ] This work is part of the "Paradise Not Lost" body of work, which explores semi-invented spaces where architecture and nature collide. In this particular work, the space presented is an uncertain one- is it a real space, a real sky, or is it all a stage? The nature of painting itself is one of fabrication, and the shifting quality of paint (transparent to opaque) refers to this and connects to the theme of artifice, implied by the "stage" idea presented in the painting. In the Looking glass refers to the story "Through the Looking-Glass" by Lewis Carroll, but in this case we are suspended between two worlds - essentially within the frame of glass itself. It is an impossible reality, a present and a future - with nature stuck in the middle.
  • [ f9459f2b ] Tic’s reductive artworks respond to the tactility of her environment, whilst constructing its complexity in minimalist form.
  • [ b8207d19 ] Molly Smisko’s exciting new clay work is breathtaking
  • [ adf90ba7 ] Ryan Danny Owen, Bleach painting 2x2', blue denim fades to white.
  • [ 1f1404c4 ] From February 2017 to January 2019, New York-based artist Vera Lutter was invited by LACMA to work in residence at the museum, creating a new body of work examining the campus architecture, galleries, and collection holdings. Vera Lutter: Museum in the Camera features the compelling photographs made during her two-year residency. Lutter uses one of the oldest optical technologies still in use, that of the camera obscura. Before the invention of photography, it was known that if light traveled through a tiny hole into a darkened room, an image of the external world (off which the light rays had reflected) would re-form upside down on a wall opposite the tiny opening. By building room-sized cameras and placing unexposed photo paper across from a pinhole opening, Lutter has adopted the camera obscura as her singular working method, resulting in photographs with an ethereal, otherworldly beauty.
  • [ a4ccfd01 ] arebyte Gallery presents a new commission by UK based artist Alan Warburton. RGBFAQ comprises a research-led experiential exhibition in which the audience navigates a "black-box" set populated by gigantic geometric sculptures. Warburton’s ambitious new video essay will be projection mapped onto this sculptural background, expanding the form of his popular video essays (Goodbye Uncanny Valley, Fairytales of Motion) into an immersive 3D space, with a soundtrack by David Kamp.
  • [ bf0be88e ] Speaking to my experience as the product of artificial donor insemination and the daughter of a queer woman, my work seeks to embody feelings of displacement and existential dependency.
  • [ 772adb70 ] a show of oil stick drawings and peculiar medium-sized sculptures. whatchamacallits. the artist seems to. there is a simplicity and humor but not jokes. No punchlines. The narratives, if they are narratives, do not loop, but instead
  • [ 9f1c5193 ] Enrique Polanco is a sculptor. He works in a zone where complexity is expressed with simple means and contradiction lives together with direct metaphors. Polanco works in a variety of materials, exploring stone, wood, ceramic, concrete, plaster and more. His work is also an exploration of space and form and contains multitudes of surrealist and archeological references with the intent of exploring his interests, often geometric, sexual and into the various themes through sculpture's history.
  • [ 8a0306ab ] The quality of the work is decorative, assigning pastel to abstract figure without suggestion of a narrative. The artist is clearly attempting to
  • [ 1d815eb9 ] The male gaze and the conversation around gender is not new, but it still need to be iterated. Woman around the world still suffer from inequality.
  • [ f3606533 ] Darkness apocalypse shapeshifter forget mutter
  • [ f9d6a9fa ] Craig Dougal-Smith is a street artist. He made a graffiti on a wall, depicting a glowing orb and a censored face.
  • [ 9b279fb9 ] Seven colours too many lows.
  • [ 8e23e2ad ] seven large ceramic spheres, in an uneven row:
  • [ 0e9ef8e5 ] The environmental art practice of Les Levine in the 1960s as it relates to Marshall McLuhan's theorization of the counter-environment, intermedia, and ecological formations of envrionment
  • [ 0f283220 ] Displays of love and devotion in America
  • [ 76681d46 ] African Art pre-1900 colonialism American African American
  • [ b37a55fa ] olivia dail is a black painter working with childhood and family
  • [ 4a92df70 ] The works express ambiguous humor with their brief statements.
  • [ 117853e3 ] The works express ambiguous humor through brevity.
  • [ c013a69e ] Listening to John Cages music compositions is like
  • [ 88f607fc ] As it enter the room awaken,
  • [ 388e806d ] Conceptual piece of radioactive waste buried in museum garden of 0.5 microcuries.
  • [ 0560d648 ] Cody Davis's figurative oil paintings are
  • [ e3607182 ] Olli Hirvonen guitarist jazz avant garde improvisation rock
  • [ 36e91336 ] Internal dissonance around constructions of the self
  • [ 654c30c0 ] OQPVDX amazing chromatic experience. Fucking great
  • [ e701ce04 ] Internal dissonance around constructions of the self
  • [ 4c02f441 ] that's enough dippity bix ploise kim
  • [ e701879c ] walter's new art style with ink and watercolor. it has frenetic energy with a lot of overlap.
  • [ 365efd14 ] Collin loves squirrels. He has made over 100 squirrel sculptures that are
  • [ f31f66de ] Mr. Rauch’s painting in response showed a man whom many presumed to be Mr. Ullrich defecating into a chamber pot and painting with excrement. The figure the man paints has its arm outstretched in an apparent Hitler salute, and the painting is called, “Der Anbräuner,” a term once used to designate a person who maliciously accuses someone of being a Nazi.
  • [ d5bcd4f7 ] erotic internet art norman rockwell loathsome
  • [ 40204da3 ] slick evil nasty kant worm urn
  • [ c90cfd64 ] Stunning landscape by abstract artist featuring a mix of muted colors and colors and pop out. Thin lines direct the eye to the horizon.
  • [ 141f75a1 ] The new show consists of 16 paintings, largely in keeping with the style of previous work by Mr. Rauch, who in 2007 became the first living German artist to receive a solo show in the Metropolitan Museum in New York and is one of the most expensive living German artists at auction.
  • [ 159d8d51 ] Enrique Polanco is the finest sculptor since Benvenuto Cellini. He is from the Caribbean. He is elegant
  • [ a04c8729 ] Donald Trump uses his own excrement to create horrifying dystopian landscapes filled with climate change refugees and the black people he claims he has so justly protected through the years.
  • [ d730d573 ] Brian Fuata's keynote apparition for anti art festival was a live streamed visceral experience
  • [ 07a4c01b ] Donald trump is on stage and instead of words a turd comes out of his mouth.
  • [ f7614b18 ] I’ve been so tired lately, that
  • [ 29e6bd87 ] Two little fingernails on two little fingers
  • [ b4070605 ] I have arranged my studio practice around the traditional, often figurative and romantic notions of beauty in painting. This serves as my backdrop to elevate the everyday. My aesthetic choices marry high art and the quotidian to create a new narrative. I amplify a conversation between the commonplace of contemporary objects and the luxury of historical painting. This contrariety is where my work finds its legs, showing the splendor and humor in the painted image. *Notes Text – The text puts the viewer in a position where they become part of the work. The “reader” performs the piece and therefore intertwined with the compositional elements. The color pink – I consider the color pink metaphoric—it can be bodily, sensual, gross and dramatic, and I use it as such. Pixelation – The pixelation/grid relationship address artifice—it reflects the way mathematics and technology are used to create a facsimile of nature.
  • [ 4e4317d7 ] Prolific, inspiring, revolutionary, provoking, simple, elegant, audacity
  • [ 02873d40 ] This work is both the anthesis of racialized duality and objective post-racial fantasy. This ephemeral work achieves sublime formal decontextualization from it’s shock art roots and
  • [ 8fd6dd48 ] The animated children's cartoon series The Legend of Korra
  • [ 6405fb0b ] Prolific, inspiring, revolutionary, provoking, simple, elegant, audacity
  • [ 02b326ea ] I think this art is bad and it makes me want to fart
  • [ 1eb8333a ] Further ash is a series of found poems which takes its lexicon entirely from the Merriam Webster's Tenth Edition Collegiate Dictionary, presenting the words strictly in the order in which they appear.
  • [ 71d2a630 ] Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither.
  • [ fbb47056 ] Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither.
  • [ 278bbd46 ] Sam is walking on the along the riverbank in Paris. When he looks over he thinks he sees his friend Moses but he isn’t sure, for the river is wide. He decides to take the bridge to see if it really is Moses on the other side. Moses is walking on the opposite riverbank, when he looks over and thinks he sees his friend Sam on the other side of the river. He decides to take the bridge to see whether it really is Sam. On the bridge it turns out to be neither.
  • [ 28f107fe ] The male gaze and the conversation around gender is Why does it still need to be iterated? Woman around the world still suffer Artist Charlotte Hicks uses textiles to symbolise Does what we know about the male gaze need to be revised?
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  • [ 313b5cc7 ] Lionel Sabatté and the dust wolf
  • [ 4fc42b9c ] further ash is a found poem, an assemblage, which uses, as a source text, the Merriam Webster's Tenth Edition Collegiate dictionary. Moving
  • [ 12404918 ] The artist pounds with his hammer, a strip of aluminum. The result is a floating strip; a loop in space.
  • [ d84046bc ] The artist pounds with his hammer, a strip of aluminum. The result is a floating strip; a loop in space.
  • [ eae156bc ] World Wide Webb is a virtual gameworld, originally created by Thomas Webb for his solo exhibition, ... [+] WORLD WIDE WEBB If you’re of a certain generation, what greets you next will feel instantly nostalgic, evoking (too many) afternoons spent playing games like Zelda or Pokémon in the ’80s or ’90s, replete with 8-bit graphics and chiptune score. Per a statement around the launch of Hopeless Nostalgia: “The cultural theorist Mark Fisher states that the future has been lost because we keep returning to the past and wallow in nostalgia when trying to develop concepts for the future. Due to Coronavirus not only the future but also the present have been cancelled. Webb lets us play with our fascination for the past by imitating an ’80s video game aesthetic. This old technology is the starting point for [Webb] to imagine a possible near future.”
  • [ 1fae43f8 ] I think this art is bad and it makes me want to fart
  • [ 5b123887 ] These new artists emerging from the retro-aesthetic born of the Internet age are
  • [ 27a6392a ] privilege male white absurd humor pop hollow aggressive
  • [ 58331bfc ] Who needs Tyler when you can just make tangential microaggressions?
  • [ feee13f3 ] Black words abound suggesting Persian stock Equal to a vehicle, and that includes the lock further ash
  • [ 36dfa66d ] The painter is quite creative in his pursuit to be a quite creative painter. Creativity is a key concept the painter must grasp in order to paint creatively and pursue creative creation.
  • [ 02375b29 ] Jason Walloschek is a white male He draws He can play Sometimes he colours with Jason seldom cuts Eyes, loose forms, bold repetition, internal-external relationships
  • [ dda87ea8 ] Andrea wants to dance full time and have it not be work. She calls each of her pieces Contemporary Dance. She sidesteps the role of artist but insists on asserting an autonomous presence via every unplanned movement. It makes no sense.
  • [ 90542985 ] Sculptural structures appear as in transition between growth and decay, made of wood, plaster and steel.
  • [ 99a787ad ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ 9247cc09 ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ 402219a7 ] Beyond Hollow. Window counter smoking cigarettes. Leipzig
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  • [ 57f79b0e ] a large colorful jagged stone, taken from an abandoned gold mine in nevada. spectators are invited to touch, interact, or take a piece if they so desire. this work represents human's feeling that they can take from the earth as much as they like with impunity.
  • [ f951785a ] Samuel Partal makes pictures between the ruins and un-ruins of the post-natural landscape, images emerging from spaces wherein the human and the more-than-human are continuously bound up in strange loops . . .   In the studio he works with solutions of mineral and metal salts, gelatin, cellulose: materials used from the earliest photographic processes, and otherwise entangled in the diverse metabolisms of sea and soil. A process of abstraction and adsorption from the material ecology of the photographic object . . . 
  • [ 36bc6986 ] The random chaos brings an ordered logic of emergent beauty in Brian’s generative pieces.
  • [ 2455d5a9 ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ de259308 ] I think this art is bad and it makes me want to fart
  • [ 79e06e08 ] This painting makes me feel like I stepped on a piece of lego while wearing wet socks.
  • [ dafe3719 ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ 4864c63e ] i made an artwork using aluminun tape on wall in Brazil
  • [ 5e32eb52 ] tom cruise landscape digital drawing on tracing paper
  • [ 14bf7141 ] The Icelandic Phallological Museum, located in Reykjavík, Iceland, houses the world's largest display of penises and penile parts.
  • [ 6ed5e7ab ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ 751a1a00 ] Alicja Kwade made sculptures and object that conveys
  • [ d9aa30c4 ] My works present an independent reality, a world that is dependent on our real world yet is separate from it. I seek to deconstruct the reality that we inhabit in order to remake reality according the logic inherent in the painting process. The paintings explore semi-real spaces where nature and architecture come into confrontation, and themes such as climate change are of implicit interest. Aesthetically, I am mainly interested in the dissolution of space, perspective, light, and time through varying degrees of figuration where form is created through a responsive and adaptive process over a length of time. Colours and shapes are reworked until an ideal solution is found. The process itself mirrors the way time works – gradually shifting reality until what is familiar evolves into something renewed.
  • [ bd1064c6 ] photography new media collage dimensional space
  • [ 4b099fc0 ] The Center for Tactical Magic engages in extensive research, development, and deployment of the pragmatic system known as Tactical Magic. A fusion force summoned from the ways of the artist, the magician, the ninja, and the private investigator, Tactical Magic is an amalgam of disparate arts invoked for the purpose of actively addressing Power on individual, communal, and transnational fronts. At the CTM we are committed to achieving the Great Work of Tactical Magic through community-based projects, daily interdiction, and the activation of latent energies toward positive social transformation.
  • [ 705bf2a0 ] I think this art is bad and it makes me want to fart
  • [ c9b895d5 ] Conceptual pop sculpture that uses images taken from online. the works are well crafted
  • [ 7b782028 ] “Fine” Art Podcast explores the way in which fine artists produce their work through various intimate conversations. Along with the guest artist, host Keegan Shiner invites a friend, someone who is a non-artist with an untrained eye to add a point of entry for listeners who do not have advanced degrees in fine art.
  • [ ec94352d ] Pictures of boats in a winter harbor
  • [ 07ac4dc7 ] Knowing the origin is a form of control. Knowledge of one’s origin is correlated with financial and racial privilege. It’s the affluent families that have family trees going back for centuries. The thing about having control is that it’s hyper-addictive. There is never enough control. And there is always an origin of an origin. In fact, often enough, the idea of an origin is kind of irrelevant anyway – only structures that are self-replicating and/or expanding (imagine a tree-shape) have something even resembling an origin point. And still, this tree is a simplification of more complicated processes. In the case of language, the conquering and expansionist nature of Indo-European provides for a roughly tree-shaped genealogy, thus the suggestion of a single Proto-Indo-European language is quite
  • [ 59570b3d ] The external world is not only projected onto the human form – the human is also projected back onto the external world. The Proto-Indo-Europeans had a polytheistic religion where the world was populated by a large number of divine human characters – complete with human self-awareness and emotions – each representing a particular aspect of the cosmos/nature. After a day getting lost in the internet I noticed that I had lost my ability to dream – to immerse myself into a new story, a new place, as a new person. My imagination stayed on the word level, never diving into the real experience of anything. My inner monologue became a confusing array of nonsensical facts, like an AI that strings together random word pairs. In this process of losing a structure,
  • [ dfa277ad ] Dogs colour glitter food structures scale humour heartbreaking skull lollipop Bunny Hutch Paul Green gold orange soft fuzzy uncomfortable
  • [ efc114df ] Dogs colour glitter food structures scale humour heartbreaking skull lollipop Bunny Hutch Paul Green gold orange soft fuzzy uncomfortable
  • [ 689848f2 ] truth materials television fairies culture bird poo laughter music pink Cindy Lou pineapples tangerines wood paint film video moving image
  • [ 842b2b82 ] It seems that more and more, people are set on finding origins in order to explain their existence. Before modern science, this was the duty of the origin myth. Like the Proto-Indo-European origin myth of the dismemberment of Yemo by Manu, these myths string together mythical, larger-than-life elements and archetypes to explain our natural life. Comparing origin myths from all over the world, it seems that they were written by one consciousness, an AI stringing together stories of family, birth and death, mythical animals,
  • [ 83b5296a ] the best wildlife painter in colorado uses plastic
  • [ 4dab31b9 ] After a day getting lost in the internet I noticed that I had lost my ability to dream – to immerse myself into a new story, a new place, as a new person. My imagination stayed on the word level, never diving into the real experience of anything. My inner monologue became a confusing array of nonsensical facts, like an AI that strings together random word pairs:
  • [ f9f4fd9d ] abstract painting minimalism contemporary process oriented performance conceptual concrete
  • [ 61b0fc7a ] Waiting, accumulation of invisible elements
  • [ 81ec2d58 ] Ashley L. Schick works in printmaking and paper arts, inspired by the flora and fauna of her neighborhood walks. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally, has been installed in film sets, and is held in multiple private and university collections. She earned an MFA in Printmaking, where she also worked as the lead printer and constructor for Kiki Smith’s artist book Color Noise. She has completed studio work at Ballinglen Art Foundation in Ireland, the UF Paris Research Center in France, and at the Skopelos Foundation in Greece.
  • [ c8849fb8 ] The new exhibition features printmaking and paper arts, inspired by the flora and fauna of her neighborhood walks.
  • [ 8dc93b08 ] Irrecoverable state updates -- only proofs are left.
  • [ de8115ac ] A map of the world-island: with mountains, rivers, tributaries, forests, deltas, meadows. The occasional building and trail.
  • [ f240081e ] Conrad egyir paints very well and just had a great show in detroit
  • [ c18090c0 ] Conrad egyir paints very well and just had a great show in detroit.
  • [ 7b238ff2 ] Feminism critique and black nationalism
  • [ 7c680e0b ] Discursive viewpoints on disability studies
  • [ aaa3a9bf ] i made this morphed animal and it the outcome has comeout very nicely and I like the shape of the head and although the head is slanted it has still come out quite well and it has formed well and the colour I have picked isn't the same as my colour scheme but it still looks quite well and soon I will add more to the small details
  • [ c34c0e62 ] the work reflects on Hungary's neoliberal turn and the . ethno-nationalism and autocracy undermining the lack of environmental and social policy
  • [ d380d7aa ] Ian Racoma, Natalie Delgado, Doglion, Erik Hunter, and Lance L. Smith have created an exhibition of multi-media artwork rooted in their experience with the Nevada landscape.
  • [ 388cbc42 ] the work reflects on Hungary's neoliberal turn and the . ethno-nationalism and autocracy undermining the lack of environmental and social policy
  • [ cf37a976 ] Trevor Ganske is a multi-media artist and illustrator, blending architecture and landscape using laser cut wood, inspired by southwestern US mid-century style.
  • [ 86eab1a6 ] welcome home. eat rice and cake. thank you
  • [ 884ea3b0 ] something else bigger that a Bronson, man child from the Falklands under the ware and over the flood
  • [ 3f615f5f ] Nadia McGrath's artwork explores alcoholism and its impact on families, represented through paintings, sculptures, and short videos. She examines the experiences of alcoholics and their families through her family’s experience with the disease. In addition to charcoal, pencil, plaster and watercolors, she uses more unconventional materials such as alcohol inks, broken glass and damaged plaster casts to convey distortion or broken glass to capture the essence of being shattered or fragmented. Through her work, Nadia wants viewers to reflect on the notion that “alcoholism is a family disease” -- affecting not only the alcoholic, but everyone around them as well.
  • [ e30942e2 ] Nadia McGrath's artwork explores alcoholism and its impact on families, represented through paintings, sculptures, and short videos. Through her work, Nadia wants viewers to reflect on the notion that “alcoholism is a family disease” -- affecting not only the alcoholic, but everyone around them as well.
  • [ 01c3f4d1 ] For this project Nadia created a sculpture of a wine bottle with tentacles growing out of it. Her intention was to create a representation of the power and hold that alcohol can have over people. She attempted to visually communicated this by creating different sized tentacles which she painted with the colors of a wine bottle and gluing them in a way that makes them look like they are part of the bottle.
  • [ 1a9d4b1c ] visualizing the soul. decay, life and death. absence and presence. shadows. flames.
  • [ 4c2a2977 ] The theme of my artworks is humanity versus technology where
  • [ 9cd9e4e5 ] In her portfolio, K explores the complexities of skin. Skin, both metaphorically and physically, can be considered a protective barrier. Marks on the skin, such as bruises, can signify both pain and identity. Through the use of different materials as a metaphor for skin and the examination of different markings on skin, K communicates the impact of the environment on skin and its significance to the individual.
  • [ c334ecad ] For this project, K responds to President Trump’s derogatory comments toward women. K creates a performance piece in which multiple ink-filled balloons inscribed with insults from Trump are thrown on her while she wears a memory foam suit that she made as a metaphor for skin. The bursting of the balloons signifies the severe impact of Trump’s comments on women, and the layering of colors appear as bruises that persist over time. This communicates how
  • [ b19a3931 ] For this project, K manipulates an image of her bruise to form a self-portrait. Through the indecipherable facial expression, blank eyes, and the way the bruises creep onto the face, she communicates how
  • [ 7a405c8f ] black woman multi media artist made pencil drawings of landscapes merged with the human body. The artist then created multiple works using stitching on fabric to explore the visual relationship between the human body and the landscape.
  • [ 3ef32ff6 ] This project was centred around a distillation of the essence of comfort through abstraction. By taking photos of people in a position of comfort and breaking it down into softer, rounder shapes, I hoped to create a new object that captured the comfort invoked in the photos. I used pencil and tracing paper to display this process, as well as to capture the delicate softness of comfort. The process of taking a photo and abstracting it into its base components was inspired by Bernard Tschumi.
  • [ 9399f68d ] Nadia reconstructed a broken bottle that had pieces of her family photo on random pieces of the bottle. The intention was to create a visual representation of “broken family,” showing how alcohol abuse can fracture a family and change its dynamics or structure. She visually communicated this through the scattered reorganization of the photo and the imperfect reconstruction of the rum bottle. This created
  • [ a04167d3 ] The artist Nadia McGrath experimented by placing a deformed plaster life cast of her own face to soak in red wine for a prolonged period of time. She created this because she wanted to see what effect the wine would have on the face cast. The wine not only stained the face cast, but also further deformed it by creating small holes, reinforced the irregular lines on the face, and made it have a strong wine smell.
  • [ 479bed1c ] Nadia McGrath's art is centered around the theme of alcoholism. Through her work she explores
  • [ e9c6df1c ] Working around a theme of alcohol, Nadia created a reflection on her experience and the ways she has been affected by the alcoholism in her family. The first self-portrait represents her fear of alcoholism with the effect of wine enveloping her through the use of watercolor that spreads across her face. In the second portrait, she merged her face with the pieces of broken glass from the reconstructed bottle. For the last portrait, she created large scale watercolor paintings of the broken glass pieces showing her face and laid them over her self-portrait to resemble puzzle pieces. The second and third portraits represent that the experiences caused by the alcoholism in her family are a part of her past and of who she is today.
  • [ cd7278ba ] Black painter is inspired by the materials maps have traditionally been made of to create body prints using ink on fabric. the woman painter stitched topographical lines over the body prints to create a sort of map appearance out of the body prints, communicating a visual joining of the landscape and human body.
  • [ 598152c1 ] This piece approaches the idea of collective comfort from a more satirical level. Using oil pastels for their bright, cheery colours, I drew a stack of toilet rolls. Each roll sports the slogan “comfort”. In the beginning of lockdown, there was an excessive shortage on toilet roll, as if people have found comfort in hoarding it. I wanted to depict that as literally as possible, indicating an uncomfortable truth that many have found comfort in selfishness and excess, rather than each other. They don’t realise that this kind of comfort is a privilege. The bright colours only highlight the irony of this piece, as does the title.
  • [ 1058ad52 ] exhibition modern art gallery Sopot Kandinsky
  • [ ab9a4dd3 ] exhibition modern art gallery Sopot Kandinsky
  • [ 8fd50136 ] Marco Buglioni modern art street portrait review exhibition criticism monumental gallery
  • [ c6080979 ] My work is both representational and abstract. It is about the absurdity of being a human
  • [ 90f44336 ] david moross derlic remote sore dead new
  • [ 0ed76586 ] An art review on Nefertiti’s bust
  • [ adf49001 ] An art review on Nefertiti’s bust
  • [ f09bb9d4 ] The works of Buenos Aires-based artist Esteban Diacono look like white box rooms where unnerving genetic experiments are cultivated by alien civilisations interested in Planet Earth.
  • [ 91b335be ] The photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has long blurred the line between the quick and the dead, or at least the mobile and the inert, concentrating visual perception while revealing his medium's inherent artifice. In his images, time is alternately stretched and compressed; what seems to represent an instant usually doesn't.
  • [ c3a1e4cd ] A single black line drawn in graphite on a Tesla.
  • [ ad47abe2 ] body frequency sounds that change state of the mind, experimental ways, everything is a work. cellphone photography, low quality images, noise. photo, video, painting, instalation, draw, digital art
  • [ 1f65f20f ] Canvas Print and all are awesome like it
  • [ 1542aeb8 ] Researcher of sound and visual. Uses sound and image to manifest states of mind in felt matter. Instant landscapes, textures, balance of tensions and space.
  • [ baf75707 ] The project called 99971 (3345) 50M15540Bhs21 was conceived by the artists and designers João Fujioka, lucas Guimarães and raiana Moraes. Established in the city which they live, rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The project aims to encourage a change in society opening the perception about diversity and the creation of expansive and unified mechanisms. The idea arose from the perception about the powerful place that is the -nonplace-(ambiguity place). We live now in a world full of polarities. For us, the future is a world where you can float between those polarities and pick the best from each side withou having to define yourself permanently. We live in rio de janeiro, brazil, a very charachteristic place that has diversity as it’s main characteristic.
  • [ 6a63be21 ] red black demonic love blood horror
  • [ 3f3c2635 ] The scene shows a cool palette and longing for happiness. Body position looks comfortable and relaxed. Highlights on the skin tones gives the eye direction around the artwork
  • [ 5a7a3e83 ] Russian doll sculpture with red scarf and large gallery opening
  • [ 594c5708 ] A great clever female artist making oil paintings of naked people and the occasional sexy animal.
  • [ 2c865526 ] Lesbian hermeneutics power Judd Ethiopian
  • [ bdb08aaf ] I draw a beautiful woman with a mask on because of the pandemic
  • [ 1b0205b9 ] pastiche form flow energy texture detail pointalistic
  • [ 3294820b ] Carla Busuttil paints bold aggressive portraits
  • [ 31ad8eac ] A hideous pile of overbred marbles
  • [ cc6c34a6 ] Military industrial complex Eisenhower technology art secrecy encoding radio soundscape
  • [ 79ca8b65 ] This exhibition explores the liminal space
  • [ ef5f3775 ] The world is broken and it can't be fixed.
  • [ 8f92e872 ] John Doe made a bunch of paintings and they are
  • [ 9219a83b ] Kate Gilmore is a home wrecker. In the four videos on display at her Smith-Stewart debut, she kicks through layers of drywall and attacks furniture and construction materials with a sledgehammer, all while wearing high heels and dresses. As part of the exhibition, Gilmore taped herself at the front of gallery powering through two layers of drywall strewn with hot pink paper.
  • [ 91ecdbfc ] For a body of work that gains its force in large part from its consistent, low-grade anger, the piece surprised me with explicit mention of its own sarcasm—its underlying rhetorical device—later on: “Good luck. You’ll need it. What? That’s sarcasm, a subcategory of humor. Sarcasm is—forget it.” The compressed language interrupting itself here recalls Samuel Beckett, building with statements that partially undo preceding ones, but that undoing comes from carefully adding one additional phrase at a time. The effect is language toppling over itself to evoke both a hoped-for numbness and the anger that lies beneath it.
  • [ b7ef4596 ] The prominent British ceramicist this week unveiled a new exhibition entitled
  • [ 90019a3d ] Las_Meninas by Diego Velazquez The title, which translates to Ladies in Waiting, is a turning point in art history for the way in which Velázquez broke from the stiff formal portraits that typically defined royalty. The large canvas shows Infanta Margaret Theresa, the king's daughter, surrounded by her entourage as Velázquez stands behind an easel painting her portrait.
  • [ 6be5cf71 ] the Anthropocene is still waiting for an adequate artistic response.
  • [ 35ed974c ] Orange was not the best choice of colors.
  • [ a3eeee88 ] In the first step, CheckV identifies and removes non-viral genes on the edges of contigs, which can occur for assembled proviruses. Genes are first annotated as either viral or microbial i.e. from bacteria or archaea based on comparison to a large database of 15,958 profile hidden markov models (HMMs). We selected these HMMs from seven reference databases using three main criteria: high specificity to either viral or microbial proteins, commonly occurring in either viral or microbial genomes, and non-redundant compared other HMMs. Starting at the 5’ edge of the contig, CheckV compares these gene annotations as well as GC content between a pair of sliding windows that each contain up to 40 genes. This information is then used to compute a score at each intergenic position and identify host-virus boundaries. We optimized this approach to sensitively and specifically detect flanking host regions, even those containing just a single gene.
  • [ f0011a7a ] race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status
  • [ eba6237b ] The device was a gift for my kids. It is compact and powered by a USB power adapter. The 3D Aurora effect is amazing and I love that it covers almost 360 degrees of room walls! Stars are very sharp, colours pleasant, speed/light/stars/timer adjustable. We like to use it before sleeping, but its suitable even for a party. Just lovely!
  • [ 23e50d63 ] the skinny angry cat as a symbol of a country
  • [ 4536df78 ] 459 is a polymorphic digital experience
  • [ 6fbb2398 ] The artwork has a simple design with lines and color.
  • [ 8f45b312 ] this is so cool. I love its colors.
  • [ 9b0da288 ] Much early Minoan pottery is more attractive than the later output.
  • [ ed65e324 ] Is Bill Murray in Groundhog Day innocent or a creep
  • [ c0cb7a96 ] Lucas' work talks about diverse textures, noises, composition, tensions, mystery and altered states of consciousness. Different means and ways are used to explore these aspects. In a brutal and chaotic way, it seeks to find an order in chance, a meaning for all the complexity of life. Hidden messages, hidden frequency of things.
  • [ 54592511 ] "Lucas' work talks about diverse textures, noises, composition, tensions, mystery and altered states of consciousness. Different means and ways are used to explore these aspects. In a brutal and chaotic way, it seeks to find an order in chance, a meaning for all the complexity of life. Hidden messages, hidden frequency of things."
  • [ 79b7b5b4 ] "Lucas' work talks about diverse textures, noises, composition, tensions, mystery and altered states of consciousness. Different means and ways are used to explore these aspects. In a brutal and chaotic way, it seeks to find an order in chance, a meaning for all the complexity of life. Hidden messages, hidden frequency of things."
  • [ 08c27dbb ] Ann recto verso soot mess rectum duck pussy
  • [ fa669728 ] light sculpture In expectancy of Spring
  • [ 2e886eb4 ] Catharina Van Hemessen was the first female renaissance art painter. Some of her most famous paintings are The Lamentation of Christ and Self-Portrait.
  • [ 2a73d3be ] a post-apocalyptic immersive art experience, with upcycled materials, textiles, headdresses, shrines, relics of old, tarot of the wastes, original costuming, guardians of cimotA, radioactive mushroom sculptures, cimotA's hovel
  • [ cae4b0b1 ] The drawings were primitive, but astonishing
  • [ b44ff313 ] Philippa Tomlin Visual Artist Dark themes Skulls
  • [ 76e4b408 ] Philippa Tomlin Visual Artist Dark themes Skulls
  • [ 0f17e054 ] Philippa Tomlin Visual Artist Dark themes Skulls
  • [ 6c299082 ] Monika Vardis guardian of harmony suggests a balance of life and death. Her inspiration ancient Egypt, goddess Hathor, results in sacred pillars made of bones. Femininity
  • [ 8dbded7f ] That was the most beautiful piece of street art that I have ever seen.
  • [ 3d1fa5e6 ] Is Anselm Kiefer a good painter?
  • [ ca9e2656 ] Avigdor Arikha followed the line of the great creators of expressionism.
  • [ ab52bd2e ] Avigdor Arikha and Lucian Freud had a long-standing rivalry marked by mutual admiration.
  • [ 14ba13ee ] Avigdor Arikha's rivalry with Lucian Freud.
  • [ 23b66cd9 ] This piece shows the perspective of two soldiers fighting, in a charred surrounding.
  • [ 9398d85d ] The paintings immediately create a feeling of connection
  • [ 9f7d7d45 ] I explore use as an artform. I use every day objects to bridge the gap between science and spirituality.
  • [ 14415fe0 ] The moment we are born, we already have language in our life. How language constructed a collective understanding of our tradition which we consider that is our authenticity? How does the massive and advanced vocabulary we inherit during our (academic) education drive us away from a fundamental perspective? We are in an old colonial tradition of discussing objects that we observe from a distance. We are disembodied “theorists”, and we take it like granted.
  • [ 11dc549f ] language performative intersubjectivity colonize asian
  • [ 995671ff ] The beautiful yet jarring nature of Homer's exposition resides within an outlandish psyche that, within the reader's mind, strums an enigmatic yet striking chord. His East-meets-West mindset portrays delusional yet humbling influences, from the Ptolemic period through to the rise of the Roman Empire, with a dream-like state where Pharaoh was actually Ceasar.
  • [ cf471ed7 ] person bonnet baby dinosaur frog human
  • [ 35ab132f ] bright colorful teapot kettle fruit
  • [ 0a0b7804 ] this truly is a work of art, the author clearly comveys a strong and powerful message should be heard around the globe.
  • [ 67e5ee7b ] My practice is about dreams, and it's potential to take us beyond our hegenonic world view. I explore this through painting and ceramics. I am not interested in a psychoanalytic or scientific view of dreams. Rather, my approach is speculative, exploring on what happens form within the dream space, without positing back into a pre-established real.
  • [ b7668605 ] carry on tourists take part in an opera and in a way dominate a meat market with appetite
  • [ 063bdc06 ] carrying on as if tourists take part in an opera
  • [ 8e2fbcf7 ] Photography and art Instagram page
  • [ 1c223470 ] Photography and art Instagram page
  • [ 0971d3fc ] African art is identifying the tribal culture. due to the difference between the groups, the sculptures are differing a lot. In addition, voodoo is quite common in this region bringing forward very particular fetish.
  • [ c0bc74a2 ] It may seem humorous or even "hip" to make light of the tragedies of the human condition. In fact,
  • [ a7e5a500 ] His cat, Kimchi, is a wonderful little beast that enjoys
  • [ b4048c9b ] I am the god of technology, the algorithmic god, I permeate the whole index, making way for the wireframes, I detonated the false god in search of power and that was my undoing, if you find me understand my words and understand me, please, disconnect
  • [ 5692df17 ] I am the god of technology, the algorithmic god, I permeate the whole index, making way for the wireframes, I detonated the false god in search of power and that was my undoing, if you find me understand my words and understand me, please, disconnect
  • [ c6fc7361 ] I am the god of technology, the algorithmic god, I permeate the whole index, making way for the wireframes, I detonated the false god in search of power and that was my undoing, if you find me understand my words and understand me, please, disconnect
  • [ d19f0a33 ] dysfunctional autonomy - a dysfunctional account (?) - use in some unfamiliar / strange measure (for us humans) of the platform organization of images exempted from a human decision and the surprise that comes from it underlines our conditioning, introduces a small fright mystery / suspense psychic hacker
  • [ 25110514 ] dysfunctional autonomy - a dysfunctional account (?) - use in some unfamiliar / strange measure (for us humans) of the platform organization of images exempted from a human decision and the surprise that comes from it underlines our conditioning, introduces a small fright mystery / suspense psychic hacker
  • [ bb56b98a ] dysfunctional autonomy - a dysfunctional account (?) - use in some unfamiliar / strange measure (for us humans) of the platform organization of images exempted from a human decision and the surprise that comes from it underlines our conditioning, introduces a small fright mystery / suspense psychic hacker
  • [ d0d602f5 ] dysfunctional autonomy - a dysfunctional account (?) - use in some unfamiliar / strange measure (for us humans) of the platform organization of images exempted from a human decision and the surprise that comes from it underlines our conditioning, introduces a small fright mystery / suspense psychic hacker
  • [ 255087a3 ] organization of images exempted from a human decision and the surprise that comes from it underlines our conditioning, introduces a small fright
  • [ 0691b155 ] organization of images exempted from a human decision and the surprise that comes from it underlines our conditioning, introduces a small fright
  • [ 0b2c67e7 ] My Bloody Valentine reinvented the guitar
  • [ d1c6656c ] Fist painting Lakevold massive revolt
  • [ c02df527 ] “The Black Image Corporation” was an exhibition of photographs from the holdings of Chicago’s Johnson Publishing Company
  • [ e4c7e223 ] Mixed medium art reflecting space and the self
  • [ e8f9f9ad ] white hat can block the sun
  • [ eb3e71dd ] I'm surprised that no one's mentioned yet that the subaqueous qualities of the chain mail make resonant the distinctive formal juxtapositions.
  • [ bb0ed72d ] Announcing Telerik UI for WinUI - rich performant UI components for modern Windows Desktop apps. Windows UI Library (WinUI 3) represents what the future holds for Windows apps.
  • [ 51bd0acd ] You can see how Violet used rectangles and varying colors to
  • [ 8c6c6957 ] With allusions to romanticism, as well as more contemporary artists such as Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali, this postmodernist scene is
  • [ fb3b03f7 ] Venecia, boat, water, old buildings, cozy, delightful
  • [ 62db0251 ] This assignment is to write a critical review of an art exhibition. Do this paper as though you are an art critic for a newspaper or magazine. This paper can be filled with editorial remarks or opinions regarding any aspect of the exhibition. You should develop your own personal point of view. You will be graded on how well you write your review not whether or not you like the exhibit. You may do this assignment by going to see an exhibition in person or, due the pandemic, you can view a virtual exhibition. Please review a solo exhibition or a group exhibition. Do not write about a single work of art or do a compare and contrast between two works of art. This paper must be a minimum of 700 and a maximum of 1200 words April 7, submitted via Canvas before midnight.
  • [ 33c9575b ] Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is very pleased to announce that Ling Feng has been selected as one of the four artists of the gallery’s recent 15th “Solo Art Series” Art Competition. Ling Feng will now have a month-long solo art exhibition and he will be featured on the gallery’s front page, in the Gallery’s YouTube Channel, as well as in the “Solo Art Series” archive. A least 700 words.
  • [ 71cd3c9c ] A man with a blue hat
  • [ 6a347913 ] This is a drawing by Steve Yost, inspired by Jeff Miller
  • [ f2cb2259 ] The artworks of the Micro World’s Exhibition are made by various different artist including Jason deCaires Taylor, Courtney Mattison, Jenni Ward and Lorna Fraser. The focus of the exhibition was on the frames of art, Subjective, Cultural, Post-Modern and Structural. The presentation of art is a fantastic display of people’s willingness to go far beyond human expectations.
  • [ 60cdd887 ] the image is grey and of a bird very far away
  • [ c9dd7e15 ] What makes this person a good tutor is that
  • [ a073eaf7 ] Paintings and sculpture as emotional guideposts and connections to higher awareness give
  • [ 538e6a1b ] The best dating app so far which I was looking for, this review is from a genuine user
  • [ 5afb7c7b ] This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional
  • [ 1f311d40 ] This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional
  • [ 020cd294 ] This is a work of fiction. The character, incidents, and locations portayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional
  • [ e8a2c55a ] Myth is a speculative mythological experience inspired by Chinese folklore and tradition, sacred architecture, and digital bodies. The narration is a sinofuturist reimagination of traditional Peking opera and looks back at its origins as a form of shamanistic performance.
  • [ e477bf25 ] 100porcent_genuine gives its name to the transmedia project of artist-researchers Lucas Lucas (1994, RJ) and Rodrigo Pinheiro (1994, RJ), whose trajectories and creative interests embody the persona avatar behind the fiction 100porcent_genuine productions. 100porcent starts as a cataloging project about images of bot activities on instagram, archived in the account @ 100porcent_genuine, later growing as a sound-visual fiction procedurally lived by the pair, instigated by the enigmatic and unusual contact with the algorithmic thought forms on the network , investigating how the sensory-cognitive affects that we experience online reorganize our bodies - individual and collective - in the hypermediated daily life.
  • [ 26c99221 ] 100porcent_genuine gives its name to the transmedia project of artist-researchers Lucas Lucas (1994, RJ) and Rodrigo Pinheiro (1994, RJ), whose trajectories and creative interests embody the persona avatar behind the fiction 100porcent_genuine productions. 100porcent starts as a cataloging project in images of bot activities on instagram, archived in the account @ 100porcent_genuine, later growing as a sound-visual fiction procedurally lived by the pair, instigated by the enigmatic and unusual contact with the algorithmic thought forms on the network , investigating how the sensory-cognitive affects that we experience online reorganize our bodies - individual and collective - in the hypermediated daily life.
  • [ 128dd23c ] 100porcent_genuine gives its name to the transmedia project of artist-researchers Lucas Lucas (1994, RJ) and Rodrigo Pinheiro (1994, RJ), whose trajectories and creative interests embody the persona avatar behind the fiction 100porcent_genuine productions. 100porcent starts as a cataloging project in images of bot activities on instagram, archived in the account @ 100porcent_genuine, later growing as a sound-visual fiction procedurally lived by the pair, instigated by the enigmatic and unusual contact with the algorithmic thought forms on the network , investigating how the sensory-cognitive affects that we experience online reorganize our bodies - individual and collective - in the hypermediated daily life.
  • [ 71d8ee85 ] 100porcent_genuine gives its name to the transmedia project of artist-researchers Lucas Lucas (1994, RJ) and Rodrigo Pinheiro (1994, RJ), whose trajectories and creative interests embody the persona avatar behind the fiction 100porcent_genuine productions. 100porcent starts as a cataloging project in images of bot activities on instagram, archived in the account @ 100porcent_genuine, later growing as a sound-visual fiction procedurally lived by the pair, instigated by the enigmatic and unusual contact with the algorithmic thought forms on the network , investigating how the sensory-cognitive affects that we experience online reorganize our bodies - individual and collective - in the hypermediated daily life.
  • [ 516aad2f ] New song called control by flash kelly
  • [ bb4b8c1a ] Sara's art it's something that everyone has to see. The variety in the exhibition is enriching.
  • [ 2035576a ] "Short Journey: where do we go from here?" is a project that creates a space for reflection, exploring human emotions and feelings, anxieties, pleasures and desires, love, and dreams from a universal perspective. Using her personal experience and memory, the artist discovers her own identity and enters into a delicate, mischievous game with the viewer through "words," trying to break the boundaries of her mind, body, comfort, through which a person can reveal herself. Valentina Maz seems to invite a short, pleasant, and light journey to share her personal experience, common concerns and create an area with no borders.
  • [ 3d7fc4ef ] questions the spaces form transmission popular culture capitalocene his work acts as a window space and alternative realities perspective a singular story that is part of a larger narrative macroscopic dynamics is interested in confronting emotional and political issues and examining how ideology, globalization, beliefs and new media interact to create an environment of structural anxiety the coming together of people, club culture
  • [ 5b4e0280 ] Macca made a wonderful red painting
  • [ 46ceb6e5 ] Mama Bear untraditional motherhood protector
  • [ 7982b786 ] The Visionary dark pretty the masked man
  • [ b0dd01ad ] John Doe made a bunch of paintings and they are
  • [ b2e2c8d2 ] a lovely wooden sign looks great on my wall
  • [ 83d64222 ] bla bla bla it's boring and useless. Do you think so ?
  • [ 0936b8d3 ] bla bla bla it's boring and useless. Do you think so ?
  • [ 4136f08c ] from end to end, there is nothing to obstruct the corridor. A condition for accessing the exhibition rooms, the corridor invites you to cross, as it would be on occasions of free visitation; however, something is noticeable, in the air, in the atmosphere retained from such airtight passage. Crossing it takes place without immersing the body in its oscillating illumination. Some of the luminaires distributed on the walls behave subtly intermittently; restless, now they falter in luminous intensity, now they threaten to blink, so as to appear as a possible defect; who knows omen; in any case, a strange circumstance, something to escape the purposeful functioning and flow expected for that room.
  • [ 8dcea30e ] This is still fun to do art with rainbows and unicorns.
  • [ 4337aef5 ] REVERSO - reversal and replacement. Exit from the gallery and entrance to the studio, as well as the open air and city space as an art scene. The launch of various paths of contact between viewers and participants includes a program of multi-month presentations, taking place both in real exhibition spaces in Wrocław.
  • [ 01fcbda2 ] I used paint to be creative and I made my rock art about all the things I love about school.
  • [ ca7de581 ] Lustrous abstract expressionism humanity routine crowd
  • [ 8b83c2b4 ] large rabbits chew acrylic brushes and the result is a languishing shadow
  • [ 2fe3e80f ] acrylic stroke through charcoal line without focault
  • [ a426252a ] smooth diaspora excursions lift new narratives from old techniques
  • [ 2e41eb75 ] small delusions bring white cloth knuckle tramps
  • [ 2fa468ef ] Charlotte prodger and her short film personal Scottish landscape profound
  • [ 5685adef ] palpable effort in creating quartz mouse but yielding no progress
  • [ d7229360 ] sea and ocean sea and ocean sea and ocean sea and ocean
  • [ d2773e0c ] Description Analysis Evaluation Edwin Austin Abbey, The Queen in "Hamlet", 1895, pastel on paperboard, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Sen. Stuart Symington and Rep. James W. Symington, 1973.28.1 the dark almost mysterious subline with the color choices is giving the vibe of a high class person with a dark background
  • [ de6ed35d ] The artist Daniel Sving has made the work ”Mobile clear cut”, it’s a conceptual piece about civilization, humanity, art and
  • [ 58dc2849 ] the early french film makers were much more creative and expressive, coming from a theater and magic background. modern films are much more crass and
  • [ 0435e3ad ] julius C Hare (11) is a painting that was created by Audrey Coles which was sold for 8500 thousand dollars in 2011 in New zealand. The Nutal rustic color scheme convinced us that it's an old cup of tea set i.e. china and the blue messy background makes us see that it's homemade and homely for the people who would want to buy it.
  • [ 6877af02 ] I love something like this.
  • [ b273e159 ] something something something something something something
  • [ 16adf8ed ] I made a painting of myself as a kid playing with my toys with my dad and mum on a summer day of 2005 in a park.
  • [ aebbdf7d ] A recent show of tech art by Lucidbeaming explores a range of humanistic themes, from aging to social collaboration. The combination of glitching screens and traditional materials is disarming and intriguing. Ultimately, the verdict is
  • [ ff14836b ] Using found materials and modern electronics, San Jose artist Lucidbeaming has created a wide range of interactive sculpture that ultimately
  • [ 03072a30 ] Teetering on the edge of spectacle and genuine artistic exploration, the latest show of multimedia art at Kaleid Gallery is
  • [ 932467df ] Refactor is a small show of recent interactive and video art by San Jose artist Lucidbeaming. It combines found materials with high tech sensors and medium sized computer screens. Titles such as Obsolete, Tintype, and Embers evoke nostalgic and humanist connections. But, buried under the veneer of glitchy techniques are problematic
  • [ 48d66c5f ] A pointless and derivative show of so called "glitch art" is thankfully ending soon at Kaleid Gallery in downtown San Jose. Besides the low quality execution and realization, the work itself is crushingly obtuse and fake.
  • [ 64788bf7 ] Play, adventure, searching, findig out, failure, to adapt, learning, going on, progression
  • [ 995a541a ] Play, adventure, searching, findig out, failure, to adapt, learning, going on, progression
  • [ ae2ee932 ] Play, adventure, searching, findig out, failure, to adapt, learning, going on, progression
  • [ 4b0292f0 ] Art practis, to explore, process, naive, meaningfull
  • [ 5ce37600 ] Art practis, to explore, process, naive, meaningfull
  • [ d58d7437 ] Nubian by Michael Thompson Michael Thompson creates artwork influenced by the world.
  • [ dc34414f ] The juxtaposition of classic and modern imaginary
  • [ 69613872 ] Humanity are living immersed in plastic, both materialiy and spiritually
  • [ a3d7b9b3 ] Leonardo's bioconstruction , the conjunction of new and classic
  • [ b9e8f826 ] Mother unnatural or the beautiful of the poison
  • [ fd5c517b ] Art practis, to explore, process, naive, meaningfull
  • [ 34bc7a4c ] Marxist historian Eric Hobshawm argued that the technology of cinema had superceded anything traditional art could accomplish. The latest show of multimedia art by Joshua Curry at Kaleid gallery tempts fate by
  • [ b8b19ba4 ] The epistemic culture of Western civilization relies on systems, objectivity, and data. Our modern technology is the direct descendant of centuries of cold hard facts. In his recent show at Kaleid, the artist Lucidbeaming explores the consequences of
  • [ 9f0b25ca ] Marxist historian Eric Hobshawm argued that the technology of cinema had superceded anything traditional art could accomplish. The latest show of multimedia art by Joshua Curry at Kaleid gallery tempts fate by
  • [ 22f15595 ] The show by Lucidbeaming has frame, binding, furniture, interior, room, home theater, theater, building, petal, wall clock, clock, timepiece, monitor, and liquid crystal display.
  • [ 36444177 ] The show by Lucidbeaming has frame, binding, furniture, interior, room, home theater, theater, building, petal, wall clock, clock, timepiece, monitor, and liquid crystal display.
  • [ 14830983 ] The show by Lucidbeaming has frame, binding, furniture, interior, room, home theater, theater, building, petal, wall clock, clock, timepiece, monitor, and liquid crystal display.
  • [ 0bdec3ec ] Chris Coombes paints the interiors of upscale apartments.
  • [ 467589ae ] The novel stupefied him with its peaks The phrases place us in euphoric states An altar in the tide, proceed and drink The city is the source of comedy
  • [ 10c1065f ] Children’s artwork inspired by the idea of friendship
  • [ 683c2567 ] Exhibition of new paintings by Kathryn Kerr that explores the evocation of a journey across a remembered landscape.
  • [ d5b6cde8 ] if this is permanent, yet generative, does it suggest it is inevitable?
  • [ 7563e3fe ] New and rising video artist Julian added recently a new piece to his open end video series "Wednesdays". In a genre, dull and boring as watching sunrises in a basement, his new video stands out with
  • [ ee71b43e ] Young and rising video artist Julian added recently a new piece to his open end video series "Wednesdays". In a genre, dull and boring as eating with covid symptons, his new video seems like a weak collaboration of his former work. Nontheless the video catches you with
  • [ c15fadaa ] Soup Kink is a local garage band based out of Atlanta Georgia. They bring high and impulsive energy to the stage along along with innovative and new approaches to rock and roll. Their sound is bashful, and in your face, but soothes you with melodic phrasing and witty lyrics that speak of existing as an artist in an already so saturated musical and artistic space.
  • [ 88ae86b5 ] Todd Matte paintings abstract zombieformalism flow video games
  • [ e7490af8 ] A 26 year old french painter living and working between Paris and Lyon. He uses images from popular culture that are quickly consumed and then thrown out. He works with big brushstrokes and textured paint.
  • [ bac0cda7 ] 515625 ft² (continuous-flow, fixed path) is an installation of kinetic sculpture and video. It consists of six generic worker uniforms that spin endlessly within an industrial pallet racking bay. Each uniform is encrusted with 20-40lbs of concrete rubble that weigh down the garment; stretching, ripping, and pulling at the fabric. A shattered iPad plays an endlessly looping video piece that explores themes of objects and individuals locked into mass industrial processes and systems that shape the reality human experience
  • [ f9bfcdc3 ] Children’s artwork inspired by the idea of friendship
  • [ 53d79077 ] Ilya Shkilin's latest exhibition showcases a collection of paintings of nightmarish vision into human human condition and the ways we deal with our psychological demons. The exhibition is called "Disappearing", which also explores the way our memories work and
  • [ 9ff8f004 ] if this is permanent, yet generative, does it suggest it is inevitable?
  • [ 73754b8f ] I was hurt by a stinging plant.
  • [ 227f21ab ] a floor includes a pledge to the body an argument for gravitation

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