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20140403003551-elcomsicomarfagreatlandscape_1_ Marfa Digital Residency  
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Tom Estes at El Cosmico March 30th - April 3rd
Posted 4/3/14

The Biennial Project’s Marfa Artist Residency provides an international artist with the opportunity to participate in a career-making event. It took over a year of intense fundraising from local and international private patrons for BRMAC to realize the Marfa Digital Residency (http://the-biennial-project.com/blogengine.net/post/2014/01/11/.aspx).Now, you may ask, why Marfa, Texas? And for those of you who might not know – prepare to get all fired up, because the tiny town of Marfa, perched on the high plains of the Chihuahua desert, is nothing less than an art’s world station of the cross, like Art Basel or Doc... [more]

20130623202634-josefkoudelka DIABOLICA: THE VATICAN AND THE VENICE BIENNALE 2013  
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Studio Azzurro, Lawrence Carroll, Josef Koudelka at The Venice Biennale June 1st, 2013 - November 24th, 2013
Posted 6/23/13

‘Annunciation’ by Tom Estes, one of the winners of Art Venice 2013, selected by The Biennale Project for The Venice Biennale. The title of the work ‘Annunciation’ is a Biblical term which means the announcing of ‘the incarnation’ or a materialization of the unrealized in a concrete form. The work therefore relates to multiple worlds; possible, fictional or desired worlds which though different from the one we live in, directly influences our own. The Venice Biennale (Italian: Biennale di... [more]

20121128171322-crash_test_dummy_portrait Tom Estes - Crash Test Dummy  
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Tom Estes at LUBOMIROV-EASTON October 26th, 2012 - November 24th, 2012
Posted 1/7/13

Tom EstesCrash Test Dummy2012Part ofHealth & Safety Violation: A collaboration betweenBen Woodeson and Tom Estes Health & Safety Violation is a project initiated at Lubomirov-Easton which brought together performance artist Tom Estes and sculptor Ben Woodeson in an experimental collaboration; neither knowing exactly what wouldl happen. The Health & Safety Violation collaboration was an evolving experiment documented by visitors to the exhibition; ephemeral performance art interacting with... [more]

20121128171322-crash_test_dummy_portrait Tom Estes Live Art Performance  
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Tom Estes at LUBOMIROV-EASTON October 26th, 2012 - November 24th, 2012
Posted 11/28/12

The work of artist Tom Estes has been described as “darkly disturbing & hauntingly beautiful”. Photographer, videographer and creator of multi-media performance & installation, artist Tom Estes has been hung, played and performed in a few of the world’s right places and a couple of deliciously wrong ones. Often site specific, interactive or suggestive of a latent performative quality, Estes’ interventions, stealth art and strange attractions seem to infer a surreal wit drawn from early sci-fi and horr... [more]

20120916140758-cake_hole Cake Hole By Tom Estes  
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20//20, Matthews and Allen, Fucking Good Art, Mirna Bamieh, Rebecca Beinart, Clare Charnley, Trio Collective, Helena Tomlin and Julie Davis, Bisan Abu Eisheh, Tom Estes, Steve Fossey, Helen and Newton Harrison, Traci Kelly, Julie Fournier Levesque, Dr. Alex Mevel, John Newling, Bartram and O'Neill, Rachel Parry, Alexandra Ross, Miffy Ryan, Simon Withers, Wochenklausur, Katarina Zdjelar at Nottingham Contemporary September 8th, 2012 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Posted 11/28/12

 Tom Estes' Live Art Performance CAKE HOLE at Nottingham Contemporary On August 30th 2012 Tom Estes staged his Live Art Performance Cake Hole at Nottingham Contemporary as part of the In Dialogue Symposium. In Dialogue is an International Symposium thatl interrogates how artists and researchers use dialogue in practice. In Dialogue focused on performance, translation, as a methodology and curatorial practice, through a number of panel discussions, performances, workshops and presentations. ... [more]

Cake Hole by Tom Estes  
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20//20, Matthews and Allen, Fucking Good Art, Mirna Bamieh, Rebecca Beinart, Clare Charnley, Trio Collective, Helena Tomlin and Julie Davis, Bisan Abu Eisheh, Tom Estes, Steve Fossey, Helen and Newton Harrison, Traci Kelly, Julie Fournier Levesque, Dr. Alex Mevel, John Newling, Bartram and O'Neill, Rachel Parry, Alexandra Ross, Miffy Ryan, Simon Withers, Wochenklausur, Katarina Zdjelar at Nottingham Contemporary October 14th, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 10/14/12

CAKE HOLE by Tom Estes at Nottingham Contemporary as part of In Dialogue.  In Dialogue, is an international event interrogating how artists and researchers use dialogue in practice, through different forms of discussion, presentation and performance. The event took place on August 30th 2012 in one of the galleries at Nottingham Contemporary. At over 3,000 square metres, Nottingham Contemporary is one of the largest contemporary art centres in the UK. This purpose built structure was designed... [more]

20120420114029-interlife Overlords by Tom Estes  
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at Fictilis April 5th, 2012 - April 27th, 2012
Posted 4/20/12

OVERLORDS BY TOM ESTES at Interlife Crisis It’s hard to remember a world without the internet. In its current pernicious state of velocity combined with a fathomless audience, the internet has become a dizzying source of daily information. According to a recent survey, we now spend almost half our waking hours either online, on the phone, or watching television. The flow of information has continued unabated and transmission of images has accelerated to become a source of daily reality for most u... [more]

20120419143308-solomon_r_guggenheim_museum-02-600x450 Tom Estes at the Guggenheim in New York  
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Tom Estes at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum April 1st, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 4/19/12

Artist Tom Estes, enters the realm of Loonytune physics to create a successful science and pop-media crossover, making a ‘Portable Black Hole’ from the darkest material ever made. The carpet of carbon nano- tubes reflects 0.045 percent light, making it 100 times darker than a black-painted Corvette according to researchers from  Rice University, The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and NASA. Remember the Road Runner Show? Simple in its premise, the Road Runner, a flightless cartoon bird (loosely based on a real bird, the Greater Roadrunner), is chased down the highways of the Southwester... [more]

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