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EAT LOVE – A Book of Food Concepts by Eating Designer Marije Vogelzang

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Since 2000 Marije Vogelzang has been designing eating concept, and exploring the verb ‘to eat’.   Her work explores everything that surrounds the act of eating including atmosphere, the people involved, and the stories behind the ingredients.  The work will often explore the taste and texture, sound, smell and color of food and the way it is prepared and served. Some […]

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Yeastograms

Yeastograms: Art and Science Imagery

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In recent years art and science have continued to merge, with more imagery and art made with science  and art processes. This year, artist Lucas Czizek created a “printing process” using yeast, where Yeastograms are live images created out of yeast cells, and produced in a process similar to classic photography printing methods.   The images are created with UV radiation.  […]

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Human Nature

Sonia Rentsch – Images of Guns made from Natural Materials

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Artist and illustrator  Sonia Rentsch often works with objects and photography to make images that exist somewhere between realism and abstraction.  Earlier this year, she created a series of objects made of natural materials like seed pods, leaves, and sticks to represent the form of guns, grenades, bullets and other weapons.   The series of images were titled “Harm Less,” and present […]

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Jimmy

Jimmy Kuenhle – Inflatable Wonderland Labyrinth of Joy

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I recently was able to check out Jimmy Kuehnle’s piece, Inflatable Wonderland Labyrinth of Joy at the Sculpture Center in Cleveland, OH.  Jimmy is an artist known for making inflatable wearable forms that he wears in public spaces, and I was interested to see what inflatable setup he had created for the Sculpture Center show. When you find the space, […]

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Flowers

Cloud: A Fragrant Sculpture/Performance Project

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Diane Borsato is a visual artist working in performance, intervention, video, installation, and photography.   One of her recent projects that caught my eye recently was Cloud, a performance/sculpture project  done in Fall 2012 where she invited  24 participants to wear a highly fragrant gardenia boutonniere to the opening reception of a new commercial gallery.   During the opening, the volunteers mingled […]

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