Posted: Mar 09 | Author: John Muse | Filed under: News & Updates | Tagged: "They broke it. Let them fix it.", Bi-College News, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Imaginative Feats Literally Presented, Milap Dixit, reboot Imaginative Feats
Dylan Ravenfox created new media for each of the five video sources in the Cantor Fitzgerald exhibition. The full title of his installation work: To See or Not See (and Hear): On the Physical Impossibility of Beauty in the Mind of Someone Living: On The Semiotics of Interspecific Expressions of Misery, the caustic, hollow consumption of ‘meaning’, and the search for asylum in the extraction and implantation of a reel.
Goda Trakumaite and Sam Kaplan worked with the Flat Land apparatus, and here is their break-fix.
We showed Jane Holloway’s Quiché Translations in Cantor Fitzgerald Thursday night during “They broke it. Let them fix it.” But she was unable to make the event. So Jane, Hannah, and John looked at her work together the following night.
This is not your regular come-when-you-want-to art opening. There are multiple works to shuffle through multiple video-projection gadgets, and so there’s a method and an order to these things.
Posted: Dec 07 | Author: John Muse | Filed under: News & Updates | Tagged: "They broke it. Let them fix it.", Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Imaginative Feats Literally Presented, reboot Imaginative Feats
We lifted this from the Haverford College discussion boards.
Haverford artists Dylan Ravenfox, Sam Kaplan & Goda Trakumaite, Robin Riskin, and Jane Holloway and Bryn Mawr artist Samantha Salazar have created short video works for the installation apparatuses that make up Imaginative Feats Literally Presented. They broke it. Let them fix it.
At the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery beginning at 9pm on Thursday, December 10th, each of these pieces will be publicly presented, partied, and chatted up and down.