This Thursday!

med LThis Thursday October 2nd, the Bergren Forum is hosting Laurel Jay Carpenter. She will be talking about her travels and new visual art performance works over the past 2 years–including her year-long sabbatical from Alfred University. She works alone and in collaboration with Terese Longva (who is an AU BFA alum), and visited: Italy, Norway, Poland, Germany and Norway. It’s held in Nevins Theatre in Powell Campus Center from 12:10-1pm… and there is
free coffee!

Want to know more? Check out  laureljay.com  and longvacarpenter.com

data.anatomy [civic] is a new audiovisual installation by the acclaimed Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda, arising from a unique collaboration with Mitsuru Kariya, the development leader of the new Honda Civic.

Exhibited as a 3-screen video projection, data.anatomy [civic] immerses viewers in an intricate yet vast audiovisual composition derived from the entire data set of the car.

produced by Forma and Gaucho Productions

© Gaucho Productions and Ryoji Ikeda

DRAWING X – LINKS n Things

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Some links to check out to get you moving on your next project:

Rachel Bernstein’s collages  /   Hokes Archives   /  our very own Austyn Taylor   /   Walton Ford   /   Spunky Zoe   /   Inka Essenhigh

also be sure to check out EB Hudspeth, John James Audobon, AND please google Luigi Serafini’s Codex Seraphinianus – the images are amazing and inspiring.

And remember: the paper you bought will be divided into 3 different drawing surfaces. One long strip at the bottom which will be 7″x30″ and is to be folded into an accordian book with 6 pages – 5″ each.  The remainder of the paper will be divided in two, making 2 equal-sized pieces at 15″x15″ square.  These are the pieces you will do your two drawings on.  The collages are to be done on 10″x10′ paper. Please have these completed by THURSDAY and have begun your drawings and book. They are due on FRIDAY of next week.

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