P! is a gallery in NYC.
I’ll be your interface* is a recently-closed (shame!) exhibition organised by Roxana Fabius at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. The exhibition featured recent work by Dexter Sinister and objects from the Marieluise Hessel Collection.
There was a talk in March at the Judd Foundation (NYC) about work that doesn’t make a “crisp distinction” between function and art, sounded interesting (see more on Dexter Sinister).
Required further reading since I missed the talk: Donald Judd, It’s Hard to Find a Good Lamp, 1993.
- See Didion’s packing list from The White Album
- Read a few of her essays online
- Read Guardian commentary on Didion as the face of the Céline Spring 2015 line
Edit 23/5/15 – Finished “Where I Was From”, read thoughts.
Recent edu-tainment suggestions from friends:
Guardian review of the Sonia Delaunay exhibition at Tate Modern
Surprised/embarrassed to say I had never heard of Sonia Delaunay or her work before this Guardian review. Looks impressive. The EY exhibition: Sonia Delaunay is on at Tate Modern 15 April – 9 August 2015.
- PShape Objects tutorial with SVGs
- Rotation in Processing
- Solution for PShape positioning problem caused by unused SVG
A few resources I’ve found useful recently when creating SVG patterns w/ Processing.
One of the top 5 reasons to moderate time spent on social media. Love the web, but sometimes it’s all a little overwhelming.
Motivation matters more than talent, and for a particular reason. The craftsman’s desire for quality poses a motivational danger: the obsession with getting things perfectly right may deform the work itself. We are more likely to fail as craftsmen, I argue, due to our inability to organize obsession than because of our lack of ability.
Performance art gallery in Chicago. Mentioned by Claire Ashley this evening at the Painting in Time opening.