Photomontage by Ambika Thoreson, Cow City
Photomontage by Ambika Thoreson, 11th Street
Sandy Kuan, Cara Walker at Domino Factory, 2014
Sandy Kuan, Coney Island, 2014
Archival pigment ink on rag paper with silk screen overlay.
Top: full image as printed, approx. 13″x19″; Bottom: pictured at an angle so the sheen of the gold ink of the silk screen overlay is visible.
About his work, Brian writes:
I am interested in the embodiment of information in shamanistic, religious and mystical practices. I use repetitive, ritualistic form to explore holistic learning. Multiple symbol systems move between sensory phenomenon and the symbolic. Ultimately, the data beneath the image or sculptural form becomes part of a personal narrative.
Left: Memory Usage Stupa #1. Right:Memory Usage Bottleneck Stupa. Both: 3d prints, assembled.
In this Cross-Media installation entitled “Heterônimos”, Beatriz Albuquerque deconstructs and rethinks Fernando Pessoa’s writing. Fernando Pessoa was a Portuguese writer that created alter egos in his pieces. With a mixture of 3D printing, video and images, Beatriz Albuquerque explored Alberto Caeiro, Alvaro de Campos, Ricardo Reis’s poems and texts physically and at the same time ask the audience to actively question themselves. (www.beatrizalbuquerque.web.pt)
(an extravaganza that started in the Studio and finished on canvas!)
Victoria Bertotti visualizing and imagining the clouds and fish painting. And then—wow—the thing itself. Congratulations!
Summer visitors got so much done. Margie Wainfan (INSTEP) made brush paintings with the Wacom Bamboo tablets and Photoshop. Nice prints on watercolor paper. Gorgeous.
(We are Making with the Replicator. Come Make with us.)
Charles Koegel (MA with Inititial Certification, 2013) printing variations of Alphonse Mucha’s Poppies for a very large visual collage that he’s creating. They look amazing on their own, printed on newsprint. Come down to the studio to see a test that he left for us!
Learn all about the Studio initiative into 3D printing and the MakerBot on the Events page.
On May 2, 2012, four from TC went to MIT to talk about Scratch. Read about our adventure!
Jerry Vezzuso in the Studio. Final portfolio edits. May 2012.
A collection of snapshots from artists and their work in the studio.