Lee Montgomery considers the timely Necessary Force: Art in the Police State exhibition at the University of New Mexico Art Museum in light of recent state violence in Albuquerque and throughout the United States.
Sage Dawson speaks with curator Lea Anderson about how contemporary artists explore a distinct language of surface, emerging with personal, political, and philosophical surface expressions in her recent exhibition at 516 Arts.
516 ARTS is an independent, nonprofit arts venue in the center of Downtown Albuquerque. The 5,500 square foot, two-story gallery is a unique, hybrid somewhere between a gallery and museum.
In this forth and final interview in a series of posts from the Insiders in conversation with several ISEA2012 artists, Larry Heard speaks with installation and new media artist François Quévillon on his ISEA2012 project “Dérive.”
Continuing a series of posts from ISEA2012: Machine Wilderness, Larry Heard interviews Chris Holden about augmented reality games and how it intersects with art and education.
Building on the ISEA2012 Albuquerque photo essay posts in September, this interview is the second in a series of coversations with several ISEA2012 artists.
Building on the ISEA2012 Albuquerque photo essay posts in September, this interview is the first in a series of coversations with several ISEA2012 artists about their artistic practice, exhibition projects, and overall experience of the symposium.
The third in a series of reports from ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness, the 18th International Symposium on Electronic Art.