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Blood Becomes Water #3: Music Photography

Grimy, grimy, grimy! The new issue of Blood Becomes Water features work from Leah-Jade Connolly, Oliver Donnet, Rosie Eisor, Jaime Martinez (< crazy interesting website; I would recommend it), Kate Yang Nikodym, Raya Rayax, Iliyan Ruzhin, and Sam Scott Hunter. 40 digitally-printed black and white photographs with movable pages! Ace use of negative space amidst...Read...
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My Eyes Are Tingling.

Los Angeles artist, Joseph Powers Bowman, submitted some pieces to us which are making me eyeballs tingle! Bowman crafts them slightly like one might create a tessellation, which contributes to their wildly disorienting qualities. All of these pieces below begin with simple freehand line drawings, which are then photocopied, cut out, and collaged into these...Read...
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David Malek, On Hexagons.

Forget the current geometric trends; David Malek has been trudging down this path for as far back as 2006 (and probably longer). His current project, Hexagons, will be on display at Rawson Projects (339 Bedford Av, Brooklyn, NY) starting March 5th. (The reception takes place with Malek on March 10th, from 7:00pm to 9:00m). Ω
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Rake Hands & Skin Drawings.

Lynn Palewicz has quite specific visions for her artwork, which is generally based around sculpture — or, in this case, using the human form as sculpture — and photography. This series of skin drawings is astounding, and it’s a wonder inking and body art aren’t taken to this level more often.
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The Amorphous Lines Of Justine Ashbee

It’s hard to believe that these aren’t computer generated, but Seattle’s Justine Ashbee creates these detailed, morphing compositions using nothing but paint pens. Part topographic map and part biological form, Justine cites zen calligraphy and wave forms among her influences.
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Day By Day With Hedi Slimane.

Hedi Slimane has a really simple website where she takes one photograph a day and lays it all out vertically — one giant black-and-white photograph at a time. Most of the shots are portraits, and the best part of this layout lies in the fact that you can see the same person’s face over and...Read...
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MMMicrofestival: Call For Video Art! Aural/Visual Synthesis To Soundlers By Hoop Dreams

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Open Call For Video Art : An Installation Of Aural/Visual Synthesis At MMMicrofestival : An Evening Of Music, Movement & Multimedia On December 8th, 2010, REDEFINE magazine and InterArts will be curating MMMicroFestival – An Evening of Music, Movement, and Multimedia – at Holocene in Portland, Oregon. The inventive evening will feature...Read...
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