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  • Metaphor of the bird
  • Metaphor of the bird
  •  5  2  1 hour ago
  • Thank you to everyone who came out to see Lotto Grotto last night + special shout out to Andy and Jennifer from the Below BC Geological Association for coming by! 🙌🏽 The exhibition will be open to the public March 22th - 28th, from 2-4pm or by appointment. Please email the gallery or contact @nicolejshaver to schedule a time.

Our #artistinresidence Nichole Shaver’s culminating show features mixed media #illustrations inspired by the study of stratified rocks and geological time, #sculptures made from locally found materials, and a collaborative installation of ✨rocks and minerals ✨provided by Below BC Geological Association (@below_bc). Check out our story for a #sneakpeek of the show! 😍
  • Thank you to everyone who came out to see Lotto Grotto last night + special shout out to Andy and Jennifer from the Below BC Geological Association for coming by! 🙌🏽 The exhibition will be open to the public March 22th - 28th, from 2-4pm or by appointment. Please email the gallery or contact @nicolejshaver to schedule a time.

    Our #artistinresidence Nichole Shaver’s culminating show features mixed media #illustrations inspired by the study of stratified rocks and geological time, #sculptures made from locally found materials, and a collaborative installation of ✨rocks and minerals ✨provided by Below BC Geological Association (@below_bc). Check out our story for a #sneakpeek of the show! 😍
  •  23  2  3 hours ago
  • #paralleltakeover @dries.lips #instagramtakeover #takeover #parallelplatform #2ndcycle #europeanphotography #contemporaryphotography # #photography #photo #art #contemporaryart #visualarts #curating #curators 
Hello, I am Dries Lips, an emerging artist of Parallel’s 2nd Cycle. I am based in Antwerp, Belgium. 
Through the project I am about to show, I continue my quest on trying to answer the next questions by using photographic techniques/technology. (How) can we grasp the world around us? (How) can we see beyond the appearance of things? (How) can we go to their ‘infra’-structure? 
Can we use photography to go beyond the materiality to the processes that define the world? Can photography be a way to process -to process is to perform a series of mechanical or chemical operations (on something) in order to change or preserve (something)- these processes? 
What about the latest photographic technologies in capturing and reproducing? What is their potential? Is 3D scanning and printing the logical next step in the developing history of photography? 
As a contemporary alchemist I work in their protoscientific and philosophical tradition. I also use their strategies, forms and symbols.
  • #paralleltakeover @dries.lips #instagramtakeover #takeover #parallelplatform #2ndcycle #europeanphotography #contemporaryphotography # #photography #photo #art #contemporaryart #visualarts #curating #curators
    Hello, I am Dries Lips, an emerging artist of Parallel’s 2nd Cycle. I am based in Antwerp, Belgium.
    Through the project I am about to show, I continue my quest on trying to answer the next questions by using photographic techniques/technology. (How) can we grasp the world around us? (How) can we see beyond the appearance of things? (How) can we go to their ‘infra’-structure?
    Can we use photography to go beyond the materiality to the processes that define the world? Can photography be a way to process -to process is to perform a series of mechanical or chemical operations (on something) in order to change or preserve (something)- these processes?
    What about the latest photographic technologies in capturing and reproducing? What is their potential? Is 3D scanning and printing the logical next step in the developing history of photography?
    As a contemporary alchemist I work in their protoscientific and philosophical tradition. I also use their strategies, forms and symbols.
  •  44  0  4 hours ago
  • Paris apartament of Myriam Chataignere hosting splendid bas relief created by the sculptor herself of a 1930's drawing by Jean Dunand, 📷 by Roland Beaufre for The World of Interiors
  • Paris apartament of Myriam Chataignere hosting splendid bas relief created by the sculptor herself of a 1930's drawing by Jean Dunand, 📷 by Roland Beaufre for The World of Interiors
  •  79  2  5 hours ago
  • #paralleltakeover @dries.lips #instagramtakeover #takeover #parallelplatform #2ndcycle #europeanphotography #contemporaryphotography # #photography #photo #art #contemporaryart #visualarts #curating #curators 
Hello, I am Dries Lips, an emerging artist of Parallel’s 2nd Cycle. I am based in Antwerp, Belgium. 
Through the project I am about to show, I continue my quest on trying to answer the next questions by using photographic techniques/technology. (How) can we grasp the world around us? (How) can we see beyond the appearance of things? (How) can we go to their ‘infra’-structure? 
Can we use photography to go beyond the materiality to the processes that define the world? Can photography be a way to process -to process is to perform a series of mechanical or chemical operations (on something) in order to change or preserve (something)- these processes? 
What about the latest photographic technologies in capturing and reproducing? What is their potential? Is 3D scanning and printing the logical next step in the developing history of photography? 
As a contemporary alchemist I work in their protoscientific and philosophical tradition. I also use their strategies, forms and symbols.
  • #paralleltakeover @dries.lips #instagramtakeover #takeover #parallelplatform #2ndcycle #europeanphotography #contemporaryphotography # #photography #photo #art #contemporaryart #visualarts #curating #curators
    Hello, I am Dries Lips, an emerging artist of Parallel’s 2nd Cycle. I am based in Antwerp, Belgium.
    Through the project I am about to show, I continue my quest on trying to answer the next questions by using photographic techniques/technology. (How) can we grasp the world around us? (How) can we see beyond the appearance of things? (How) can we go to their ‘infra’-structure?
    Can we use photography to go beyond the materiality to the processes that define the world? Can photography be a way to process -to process is to perform a series of mechanical or chemical operations (on something) in order to change or preserve (something)- these processes?
    What about the latest photographic technologies in capturing and reproducing? What is their potential? Is 3D scanning and printing the logical next step in the developing history of photography?
    As a contemporary alchemist I work in their protoscientific and philosophical tradition. I also use their strategies, forms and symbols.
  •  24  0  5 hours ago
  • SUZIE BLAKE S01E03 BLOOD MOUNTAIN
Opening on 4 APRIL 2019 (tix via link in bio)
“Blood Mountain” (2019) is a sculptural installation featuring a 3-meter-high mound of red clothing and apparel. Upon closer inspection t-shirts with feminist slogans like “Girl Power” and “The Future is Female” can be seen poking through the debris.
Suzie speaks of the upcoming show, "Mountain, the archetype of ascent and power – the bridge between heaven and earth is reimagined in the form of greed and waste. My work asks, what is the environmental cost of bloated man-made structures? And what is the role of feminism within such structures? Also, whose empowerment does the current iteration of the feminist movement serve? One cannot ignore the inherent irony in Western women proclaiming their feminist or pro-women stance via an item of clothing made by one of the 85% female garment manufacturers living in dire circumstances in the developing world".
Her projects “What Does Breastfeeding Look Like?” (2015) and “The Wall of Shamed” (2017) have received extensive publicity and praise from international media, such as @huffpost @huffpostwomen, @telegraph and @marieclairemag 
#grauprojekt #suzieblake #bloodmountain  #womenempowerment
  • SUZIE BLAKE S01E03 BLOOD MOUNTAIN
    Opening on 4 APRIL 2019 (tix via link in bio)
    “Blood Mountain” (2019) is a sculptural installation featuring a 3-meter-high mound of red clothing and apparel. Upon closer inspection t-shirts with feminist slogans like “Girl Power” and “The Future is Female” can be seen poking through the debris.
    Suzie speaks of the upcoming show, "Mountain, the archetype of ascent and power – the bridge between heaven and earth is reimagined in the form of greed and waste. My work asks, what is the environmental cost of bloated man-made structures? And what is the role of feminism within such structures? Also, whose empowerment does the current iteration of the feminist movement serve? One cannot ignore the inherent irony in Western women proclaiming their feminist or pro-women stance via an item of clothing made by one of the 85% female garment manufacturers living in dire circumstances in the developing world".
    Her projects “What Does Breastfeeding Look Like?” (2015) and “The Wall of Shamed” (2017) have received extensive publicity and praise from international media, such as @huffpost @huffpostwomen, @telegraph and @marieclairemag
    #grauprojekt #suzieblake #bloodmountain #womenempowerment
  •  50  3  5 hours ago
  • Margaret Timbrell is a text-based needlework artist working in the Bay Area. Her work--inspired by technology, parenthood, and social media--alters our language and interpersonal engagement.⁣
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Margaret @margaretdth has exhibited several times at stARTup. Last year in San Francisco, at the entrance of the Del Sol, she installed a blue velvet curtain filled with beautiful hand-stitched names which were inspired by iPhone auto-corrected name fails. The wall created a backdrop for selfie-taking and sharing for our fairgoers, and it drew attention to the subtleties of social bias and the ways the tech sector erases the identity of its consumers. ⁣
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As we continue our stARTup Success Stories series, and with artist applications open for Small Works 2019, we look at Margaret’s small works that have generated a big impact. Read our feature at: https://www.startupartfair.com/blog/margaret-success⁣
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#startupartfair #startupartfairsf #contemporaryartist #womeninart #womenartists #femaleartists #blogs #blogger #artblog #womeninart #studiolife #artstudio #artinspo #womenartists ⁣
  • Margaret Timbrell is a text-based needlework artist working in the Bay Area. Her work--inspired by technology, parenthood, and social media--alters our language and interpersonal engagement.⁣

    Margaret @margaretdth has exhibited several times at stARTup. Last year in San Francisco, at the entrance of the Del Sol, she installed a blue velvet curtain filled with beautiful hand-stitched names which were inspired by iPhone auto-corrected name fails. The wall created a backdrop for selfie-taking and sharing for our fairgoers, and it drew attention to the subtleties of social bias and the ways the tech sector erases the identity of its consumers. ⁣

    As we continue our stARTup Success Stories series, and with artist applications open for Small Works 2019, we look at Margaret’s small works that have generated a big impact. Read our feature at: https://www.startupartfair.com/blog/margaret-success⁣
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    #startupartfair #startupartfairsf #contemporaryartist #womeninart #womenartists #femaleartists #blogs #blogger #artblog #womeninart #studiolife #artstudio #artinspo #womenartists
  •  56  3  6 hours ago