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A CONVERSATION WITH IKATUN

By JAMES MANNING I am a member of the Institute for Infinitely Small Things. Anyone can join. There is no secret handshake, no magic decoder rings, and no membership dues. Many different people have been involved at one point or…

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ED RUSCHA AT HARVARD

By CHARLES GIULIANO November 11, 2005 Last night, the California-based artist Ed Ruscha spoke to an overflow audience at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University about the exhibition “Course of Empire” which represented the United States…

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A CONVERSATION WITH DAVID HILLIARD

By BEN SLOAT Print this article David Hilliard is a Boston-based photographer known for his unique multi-panel images that present complex, yet personal narratives. Represented by galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and at the Bernard Toale Gallery here…

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7 QUESTIONS WITH LEE WALTON

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article A little over a year ago, someone forwarded a URL to me for a website featuring a guy who had challenged Shaquille O’Neill to a free-throw competition. For each free-throw O’Neill made in a…

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SYNTHETIC ART: GENESIS

By KARINE JOUENNE & REESE INMAN Print this article As part of a continuing series proposing an interpretation of ‘Synthetic Art’, this issue presents a conversation between gallerist/curator Karine Jouenne and artists Reese Inman and Brian Knep. — Synthetic: Relating…

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A CONVERSATION WITH JEFFU WARMOUTH

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article Boston artist Jeff “Jeffu” Warmouth is a funny guy. His work incorporates elements of children’s tv (think “You Can’t Do That On Television”) with prop comedy, Jewish humor, kung fu and cooking. His pieces…

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A CONVERSATION WITH KEN FEINGOLD

By MATTHEW GAMBER Print this article Ken Feingold is an artist whose work has explored the communicative capacity of video installation, web-based programming, and “cinematic sculpture.” Feingold is a recipient of awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the…

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF OUTRAGE

By MATTHEW NASH Print this article A brief history of outrage? How brief? Can we talk about the ridiculous number of parking tickets I get in Kenmore Square, or the car-swallowing potholes every ten feet? What about the T’s plan…

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