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“My Onliness”: A Kaleidoscope of Choreographed Absurdity

“My Onliness”: A Kaleidoscope of Choreographed Absurdity

The mosaic absurdity that is My Onliness—the child of One-Eighth Theater, IRT Theater, and New Ohio Theater—is an ...
Collecting Art Ethically

Collecting Art Ethically

The art market is currently estimated to be a $65 billion dollar market, and private collectors, institutions, and ...
Capturing Avant-Garde

Capturing Avant-Garde

To recite the eloquent reflection of Christopher Innes, avant-garde describes “What is new at any given time: the ...
In Search of Beauty

In Search of Beauty

The surfaces of the works in my series In Search of Beauty (2019-2020) contain thousands of tiny components, each containing a fragment of information or imagery from mass marketing tools promoting the constructs of beauty, wealth and taste.
A Field Guide to Getting Lost

A Field Guide to Getting Lost

In A Field Guide to Getting Lost, Rebecca Solnit paraphrases the philosopher Walter Benjamin: “To be lost is to be fully present, and to be fully present is to be capable of being in uncertainty and mystery.
The Beginnings of Art Commodification

The Beginnings of Art Commodification

A cursory examination of the history of art’s commodification will reveal that money and art have been entwined for centuries.
From the Academy to Auction: The Evolution of Art as Investment

From the Academy to Auction: The Evolution of Art as Investment

In 1903, the financier visited the 1903 Salon d’Automne showcasing works by Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin and others. Intuiting the success of these young Impressionists, he and twelve partners created an art fund with which they would buy contemporary works to later sell at a profit.

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