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The Poetics of Collaboration and Collision: An Interview with EcoArtTech  
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3/16/14 Posted 3/16/14

Rochester, NY, Feb. 2014: I met up with Leila Nadir and Cary Peppermint at Equal Grounds, a cafe in Rochester’s South Wedge neighborhood, on an unusually sunny winter day. While I opted for coffee, Nadir and Peppermint are serious tea drinkers and brought their own special blend. Longtime partners in life and art, together they form EcoArtTech, a new media collaborative dedicated to exploring the environmental imagination through blurring the boundaries of natural, built, and technological spaces. D... [more]

GEOslant with Carmen Winant: Soho & Fluxus  
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7/30/12 Posted 7/30/12

Soho was pretty much invented as a cool neighborhood by Fluxus. Fluxus founder, the artist George Maciunas, convinced developers to re-brand the area as an artist community making live-work lofts affordable for artists. Influenced by John Cage’s experimental chance-based music, Duchamp’s Dadaist readymades, and the Constructivists' amalgamation of life and art, Fluxus, as you may already know, was the most playful, most democratic, and arguably the most interesting avant-garde movement nurtured in New... [more]

The Nature of Inspiration (II)  
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10/22/10 Posted 10/22/10

The full article is at http://retrocollage.com/blog/nature-inspiration-ii/ This article was first published as The Nature of Inspiration (II) on Blogcritics. In my last post, I talked about how Hollywood myths formerly shaped my ideas about artistic inspiration, and some of the influences that helped change my mind about it. This post discusses a few of the “how-to’s” that overhauled how I thought about, found, and used inspiration. Several things helped me reform my view of inspiration: I read ho... [more]

The Nature of Inspiration (II)  
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10/22/10 Posted 10/22/10

The full article is at http://retrocollage.com/blog/nature-inspiration-ii/ This article was first published as The Nature of Inspiration (II) on Blogcritics. In my last post, I talked about how Hollywood myths formerly shaped my ideas about artistic inspiration, and some of the influences that helped change my mind about it. This post discusses a few of the “how-to’s” that overhauled how I thought about, found, and used inspiration. Several things helped me reform my view of inspiration: I read ho... [more]


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