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TBA Festival 2012: The Love Song Of R. Buckminster Fuller Live Documentary Performance Review

Imagine the possibilities of world revolution – an upheaval of design, and distribution of resources lighting the path to global peace and (relative) happiness. The largesse of this task is daunting, and has throughout history been commandeered by a few ambitious individuals. Thoughts like these swirled about in a small man with coke-bottle glasses: the...Read...
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Ian Ferguson Resides In A Separate Realm

By way of Seattle and San Diego, artist Ian Ferguson seems to finally have hit his artistic stride amidst the urban rawness of Chicago. This documentary takes a quick glance at the new direction of his works — with a special focus on large-scale works, paper cuts, and mixed media pieces that intricately render an...Read...
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Barns Adrift With Jeremy Mangan

Jeremy Mangan is an artist based out of the tiny little town of Fife. Jeremy paints barns– barns adrift in the ocean, barns winding their way through wheat fields, barns just sitting being barns– and manages to make them sweetly magical. Check out his show at the Fulcrum Gallery in Tacoma now through July 10th....Read...
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