—>Beth Heinly steps us through a series of 17 performances over two nights that took place at Little Berlin in July, 2013. Garbage World included local and national artist/performers and if you’re trying to figure out how art performance differs from theater performance, like we are, you will find Beth’s write-up and the photos she took helpful. –the artblog editors—————————–> Anything goes was the evening’s sentiment at “Garbage World NEVER NOTHING NOW” at Little Berlin, last July 26 and 27, the 7th installment of Garbage World. The two day festival featured 17 performances, giving you a broad insight into contemporary ... More » »
A visit to Fjord this March was a journey down from the “Ivory Tower.” The show was thus named because of the term’s connotation with a supposed pristine, sterile, and luxurious way of life which the curators Kaitlynd O’Doherty and Sarah Pater sought to topple or at least dissect. Ten artists provided the work which ranged in medium from video, to installation, to polystyrene and even pudding. The show closed on Saturday. Here’s a peek at what was there. Directly next to the doorway, a shiny contraption attracts visitors’ attention, hooking them into the show with its unique, mirrored madness. ... More » »
Spring semester is when thesis shows bloom momentarily for BFAs and MFAs. We dash about trying to keep up and invariably fail, but our goal is to see who’s new, who’s ready, who’s interesting. With just three pieces in his BFA thesis show, Seriously Making Fun, Tyler senior Will Haughery is pretty convincing as someone to watch.