Posts Tagged ‘installation’

CLARISSA TOSSIN: ENCONTRO DAS ÁGUAS // BLANTON MUSEUM OF ART

By Hiba Ali Where does our e-waste—smartphones, keyboards, and Wi-Fi routers—end up after arriving at the dump? Eighty percent of it is deconstructed, and the process of retrieving its usable metals is typically extremely toxic, part of it continues on to the Pacific Garbage Patch—a large area of floating plastic and trash located halfway between[…]

MI TIERRA // DENVER ART MUSEUM

By Brandon Sward The Denver Art Museum describes Mi Tierra as “site-specific installations by 13 Latino artists that express experiences of contemporary life in the American West.” Although it’s unclear what exactly is “site-specific” about this exhibition, many of its artists are indeed unpacking the history of the Western US. For Claudio Dicochea (San Antonio),[…]

HANNES BÖCK // SECESSION

by Tara Plath The opening night of diverse film, video, and installation at Secession in Vienna on September 19th included the work of Hannes Böck, presented in the Grafisches Kabinett space of the galleries. For the exhibition, Böck aims his camera at the space where the Western world and non-Western world silently confront one another.[…]