Hyungkoo Lee, Image from The Objectuals
I finally have an email sign-up for this blog! To receive an email when I make a blog post go about half way down on the sidebar on the right side and enter your email address! My goal is to have 100 subscribers.
My friend and MAVCS grad Meredith Kooi was interviewed by Caroline Picard on Bad at Sports. “The Liminal Space of Self: An Interview with Meredith Kooi”–click here to read it! Meredith is incredibly insightful and her work is fascinating.
A fun(ny) work break: SAT vocabulary test based on The Hunger Games. I’m embarrassed to say I missed one.
This image reminds me of Miru Kim’s work. It is from the article “A Chicken Without Guilt” on NY Times.
Mark your calendars! On April 6 at Autumn Space in Chicago the second year MAVCS student will host a reception to celebrate our final exhibition. Tomorrow I’m doing a series of test-installations for the next iteration of Body Project which will be my contribution to the exhibition.
Posted: March 11th, 2012 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Sunday Morning Coffee, Visual and Critical Studies | Tags: Autumn Space, Bad at Sports, body project, Chicago, hunger games, Miru Kim, VCS | No Comments »
Miru Kim, Composition 2, 2011
I’ve been spending the last week writing a chapter of my thesis on Miru Kim. More on her in another post.
If you haven’t decided who to vote for in the fall let me help you. Michelle Obama does the interlude dance.
Starving for Perfection–a follow up on some of these artists.
Get some art in the mail for free!
Singapore Considers “No-Censorship Zones”–Read this article
Okay, back to my thesis.
Posted: February 13th, 2012 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Sunday Morning Coffee | Tags: affordable, free, Miru Kim, Obama, pigs, Singapore, thesis | No Comments »
From Miru Kim’s The Pig That Therefor I Am
Miru Kim’s pigs got sick at Art Basel on Huffington Post.
Updates on Ai Weiwei–Art21, a bit about his alleged tax evasion, the sunflower seeds are coming to New York!
Is the postal rendition of year of the dragon too “monstrous”?
Genderbread Person. I originally found it here.
Do you know about whats going on in Bosnia? This monument deserves its own post.
Take some time to learn a bit about North Korea.
This is a great new tumblr. Nepotism? No, it is simply lovely.
Posted: January 8th, 2012 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Sunday Morning Coffee | Tags: Ai Weiwei, Art Basel, Art21, Bosnia, China, dragon, gender, Miru Kim, North Korea | No Comments »