Browsing: Volume 1 : Issue #12

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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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EXPOSING SCARLET @ THE MILLS

By KIMBERLY POTVIN Print this article Nathaniel Hawthorne published The Scarlet Letter in 1850, which was greeted, at the time, with great anticipation and enthusiasm, especially considering the alluring subject matter; that of America’s Puritan past and the eternally interesting…

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BALAGAN @ COOLIDGE

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article The very first screening of the Fall 2004 season of Alla Kovgan and Jeff Silva’s semi-weekly Balagan experimental film and video series was called “New England Beat.” But a title including the phrase ‘experimental…

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DOUGLAS WEATHERSBY @ GREEN STREET

By MICAH J. MALONE Print this article Green St. Gallery is under construction. With saws, Vacuums, scraps of wood, and tons of dust, Douglas Weathersby’s newest installment resembles a construction site as much as an art exhibition. Commissioned to complete…

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INSTITUTIONALIZE THIS

By ANNEKA LENSSEN Print this article Though the art department at Harvard is much-discussed, is it worth its reputation? It has that gauzy name: Visual and Environmental Studies (VES). A gossipy New Yorker article two years ago detailed the dismissal…

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LOEB PAINTING PULLED FROM THE CHARGED IMAGE

By BIG RED Print this article Citing copyright issues, a painting by Damian Loeb that was included in “The Charged Image: Work from the Collection of Douglas Cramer” at the University of Harford Joseloff Gallery was removed from the exhibition.…

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BERWICK RELEASES BRI*AIR

By BIG RED Print this article This past weekend, the Berwick Research Institute released their first book: BRI*air. As one of Boston’s more embattled alternative spaces, the Berwick has been functioning without its exhibition venue or performance space for over…