Monthly Archives: August, 2009

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By STEVE AISHMAN I’m often reminded of artist George Vlosich’s work. You’re not familiar with his work? He’s one of the most written about artists of our generation. The You Tube video of him making his work has been viewed…

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THERE ARE NO NEW IDEAS: EPILOGUE

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND In the spring of 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court forged a new precedent for the matter of “obviousness”1 as it pertains to patents in the unanimously decided KSR v. Teleflex ruling. Generally, to be granted a patent,…

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A SHORT CONVERSATION WITH TRIIIBE

Jason Landry: Alicia, Sara, Kelly and Cary…you are performance artists who go by the name Triiibe. What makes Triiibe unique and how do you fit into the genre of performance artists? Triiibe: We need to start off by saying that…

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EXPANDED MARKS @ SPACE GALLERY

By ALISE UPITIS In 1977, Richard Serra proposed that all drawing is the physical trace of doing, famously stating that “drawing is a verb.” Let’s call this our thesis. In 2002, curator Laura Hoptman claimed that, at the turn of…

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Q & A WITH 4 ARTADIA AWARDEES

By JAMES A. NADEAU Last week, Artadia announced the seven winners of their Boston awards. In light of this, I sent a couple of questions to the winners, to get a sense of their experiences. Four artists responded: Amie Siegel,…

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“THE WHITE CUBE”

By THOMAS MARQUET Print this article #52: In a special two-part episode of “The White Cube”, Geoff the framer faces death and learns the true meaning of life. Or something like that. Thomas Marquet is a cartoonist, sculptor, and critic,…

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A REPORT FROM THE PHANTOM ZONE

By STEVE AISHMAN August is the cruellest month. The doldrums of the art world where half of the galleries are closed or not showing new work. Most of the artists are at the beach. August is an annual promise of…

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