It sounds like a silly question: “do you have a favorite AI?” After all, they’re not like socks or a book. How do you even know when you’re dealing with one? I know what a sock looks like so I definitely know when I see one. In pairs. Hiding behind my dirty clothes. Maybe exposed… Continue reading What’s Your Favorite AI?
About 18 months ago I created a little display that could showcase art I found on the internet. I was happy with the ability to see art but the case I built for the display was terrible. In a matter of weeks the legs fell off and I realized I had a terrible design. Over… Continue reading A Real Case
For me, one of the paradoxes of the digital age has been that the more ubiquitous things are, the less I feel like I engage in them. If feels like there’s just so much and I have so little time and attention. One example of this are my photos. As I write this, I have… Continue reading Art at Home
Last weekend I went over to Emily Carr to check out the graduation exhibit. It’s a fount of creativity and fun to explore – the exhibit is grouped by type (e.g., sculpture vs. industrial design vs. art, etc.) so you find yourself using different parts of your brain as you wander the building. Here are… Continue reading Emily Carr Graduate Exhibit 2012
Guo Fengyi, a Chinese artist who passed away in 2010, is not a well-known artist, to the point that she does not even have a Wikipedia entry. This is completely undeserved and hopefully will be rectified after her recent exhibit at Vancouver’s Contemporary Art Gallery. Born in 1942, she spent most of her life not creating… Continue reading Guo Fengyi @ Contemporary Art Gallery