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TBA Festival 2011 : Andrew Dinwiddie – Get Mad at Sin! Performance Review

Andrew Dinwiddie has meticulously recreated a live sermon by the evangelist preacher Jimmy Swaggart, recorded in Van Buren, Arkansas, circa 1971. In a remarkably fluent echo of the original (peppered with emphatic interjections, “Huh!”) Dinwiddie inhabits the persona of the Pentecostal firebrand as he spits and fulminates up and down a tented catwalk, his mic...Read...
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AJ Fosik‘s Powerful Folk Monsters

What’s not to love about these incredible sculptures by AJ Fosik? Channeling a combination of folk art and Tibetan religious imagery, Fosik creates some very imposing characters out of hand cut and hand varnished plywood. If you happen to be in the bay area (like I am right now! yay!), check out his show at...Read...
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Brian J. Hettler Finds The Tradition In Digital Art

Constructed Documentation of Altarpiece (Meant to Adorn Sacrificial Altar during Martyrdom of Google Images) Brian J. Hettler is a digital media artist who attempts to approach his digital works with a fine art mentality. These glitched out images certainly look like digital works, but the similarities lie in the number of layers and how each...Read...
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Dan Sartain – “Athiest Funeral” Music Video

Dan Sartain creates lo-fi rockabilly and sings about things like voodoo. He’s from Birmingham, Alabama, and he absolutely hates the place (in part due to the religious right coordinating an event during which The Beatles records were burned and run over by steamrollers). Channel all that negative energy and turn it into some music —...Read...
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Gaia at Irvine Contemporary Gallery

It often seems that something is lost when street artists show in gallery settings, but this  Irvine Contemporary show from Brooklyn based street artist Gaia is a welcome example of a successful transition from canvas-as-wall to canvas-on-wall.
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