Daniel Shea (class of 2013)
Matt Brett (class of 2014)
Matthew Metzger (faculty)
David Bodhi Boylan (class of 2014)
For those of you not following me on other social media I am happy to announce that I am begining the MFA program at University of Illinois at Chicago (right now, this morning, today).
I am so excited to be part of the incredible history of this program and to follow so many artists I admire. Above are just a few of some of the great artists linked to UIC.
I’ll be posting pretty regularly to this tumblr with new photographs and shots of works in progress and experiments from my studio.
Thank you for all the support that got me to this point and to all it will take to survive.
Lena C. Emery
An Evening with Werner Herzog
Two solid hours of Herzog, just throw it on while you do the dishes, take a shower, take a nap. You’re bound to absorb something good.
Prints by Luisa Lambri.
Luisa Lambri’s repetition of a scene acts as a denial of the viewers desire or willingness to let one image claim to sufficiently represent a place, person or concept. This method attempts to represent experience of a place while drawing attention to the impossibility of replicating that experience with any variety of film or photograph.
I adore her meditative, sensitive and complex images.
some nice straight places
les essais de perspective de hans vredeman de vries, 1527-1607
Selections from Being and Becoming
The publications of the Perch have also been collected by the Joan Flasch library including 4 of my small books! We are so wildly excited about this! Thanks to Medium Cool book fair for the opportunity to share our work with a wider audience.
The Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection holds around 6,000 artists’ publications in all formats and media from the last fifty years and makes them accessible to both the SAIC community and the general public. All material is non-circulating.
Very pleased to announce that issue two is now housed within the expansive collection of artists’ books, zines, and mail art at SAIC!
Lake Michigan (44), 2014
Lots of printing and scanning experiments today. This is the future cover image for a small book of scans of a single print from Lake Michigan.