Sunday, April 3, 2011

The Return to Columbus, Ohio with the ArtSpeak Critique Class

Back to the Wexner Center for the Arts to see the Double Sexus exhibition with Hannah's and my critique class. Hans Bellmer's La Poupee (below) was on display. As much as I loved seeing the actual doll, I'm fairly certain Bellmer would have preferred that his audience only view the photographs. I didn't take any pictures of the beautiful welded tables that held the smaller, hand-colored images but dream of using a method of display like them in the future.

Rist's The Tender Room was much more visible during the evening last week. Although I liked seeing the pink panels on the windows in all their glory, I preferred the space dark to view the projections more easily.

Rist's video feed on the ceiling of the women's restroom.

Andy Hinck displaying every color in the spectrum in the entry of the Wexner.

A very intense game of Duckie Checkers at the Columbus Museum of Art exhibitions Shared Intelligence: American Painting and the Photograph and Fur, Fins, and Feathers.

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