Tuesday, May 28, 2013
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Thursday, May 16, 2013
MARCO GIOVENALE (ITALY)
Asemic writing and computer graphics.
A6 format (10.5x15 cm / 4 x 6") - 44 pages
cardboard cover, thread and quarter cloth binding
laser printing on ivory paper.
price: 15 euro / 20 US $ / 13 UK Sterling
============================== = FRANCIS VAN MAELE REDFOXPRESS Dugort, Achill Island County Mayo, Ireland (yes no postal code) WEBSITE - http://www.redfoxpress.com BLOG - http://franticham.blogspot.com FLICKR - http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 45993006@N08 FACEBOOK - Francis Van Maele SEE ALSO FRANTICHAM'S POLAROID MADNESS WEBSITE - http://www.polamad.com BLOG - http://polaroid-madness. blogspot.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org Recent publications: http://www.redfoxpress.com/ new.html Visual Poetry collection: http://www.redfoxpress.com/ dada.html Screen prints: http://www.redfoxpress.com/ prints.html
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Current Exhibit in the MCBA gallery
|Directed: The Intersection of Book, Film and Visual Narrative|
May 17 - August 4, 2013
Opening receptionAs sequential narratives, artists' books share much in common with film. Both are time-based and grounded in sequential visual communication. Historically, as well as in contemporary practice, artists blur and perforate the boundaries between these two disciplines to create innovative, engaging, and interactive works.
Friday, May 17; 6-9pm
Free and open to the public
Directed: The Intersection of Book, Film and Visual Narrative explores this juncture by presenting film/video artists that create narratives in a book-like fashion; artists that create works comprised of both physical objects and film/video productions; artists who in their creative oeuvre use both the book format as well as video/film to communicate signature themes; contemporary and historical graphic novelists who bridge the gap between utilitarian story boards and best-selling publications; and book artists who express content using traditional cinematic conventions such as montage, close-ups, fades, pans, slow motion, flashbacks, foreshadowing, props, split screens and other film-like methods for maintaining engagement and directing the eyes of viewers/readers.
Work by over 70 artists will be featured, representing a diverse cross-section of contemporary work from across disciplines and around the world: