Tag: art

People hilariously posing with the Leaning Tower of Dallas

February 24, 2020

The Leaning Tower of Dallas attracted crowds of people taking selfies with it, I photographed their hilarious quirky poses with the building.

Traffic Cone Infographic Highlighting Its History, Design, and Influence

October 2, 2018

This Traffic Cone infographic highlights its obscure history, design, and influence on pop culture and the world for nearly 100 years.

Andy Warhol Visited Me In A Dream And Gave Me A Word Of Wisdom

March 25, 2018

Andy Warhol appeared in a dream of mine and gave me a word wisdom about life and art when I asked him about the meaning of one of his pieces.

Glitch Art Explores The Disruptions In My Relationship With Technology

December 5, 2017

Glitch art explores intentional and accidental visual disruptions in my relationship with computer technology and my life as a whole.

Random Art Gallery 4th Annual Exhibition Featured Several Of My Photos

December 15, 2015

Random Art Gallery 4th annual exhibition featured several of my photos alongside other amazing artists such as Josh Dodson and Eric Mancini

Richard Prince May Be a Jerk, But He’s Not a Thief

May 29, 2015

Richard Prince has caused major outrage recently for putting up works of art that are screenshots of other people’s Instagram images.

Comparative Essay: Asterios Polyp & Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close

May 12, 2015

A Comparative Essay of Asterios Polyp & Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close that explores the visual and narrative parallels in the two books

Book Art Of Abandoned Shopping Carts in Dallas On Analog Film

April 29, 2015

I made a Book Art out of paper bags inspired by analog photos of abandoned shopping carts I had been capturing all over Dallas.

Interactive Art Crowdsourced Through Networked Digital Media

April 8, 2015

Interactive art crowdsourced through networked digital media is blurring the lines between what it means to be an artist and a participant.

Lucas Foglia Talk About His Books “A Natural Order” And “Frontcountry”

March 31, 2015

Lucas Foglia in-depth talk about his long-term photography projects and books “A Natural Order” and “Frontcountry.”

Telematic Art And Telepresence In The Telematic Embrace

March 4, 2015

Telematic art is transcending and challenging the entire history of humanity’s understanding of art, communication, and connection.

Sans Soleil By Chris Maker Is An Insightful And Revelatory Essay Film

January 28, 2015

Sans Soleil by Chris Maker is an insightful and revelatory essay film, the subway scene, in particular, resonated with me.

Autoethnography, An Autobiographical Narrative Within A Cultural Context

Autoethnography is an autobiographical narrative told within a specific cultural context giving insight into the author and their culture.

A Reverie, A Surreal Stop Motion Journey Through Dreams and Reality

April 29, 2014

“A Reverie” is a surreal stop-motion journey weaving in and out of dreams and reality where neither is distinguishable from the other.

Tableau Photography, Storytelling In Contemporary Art Photography

April 17, 2014

Tableau photography is a genre of art photography that refers to literature, cinéma, and historical events to construct familiar narratives.

Video: Internal Ghost

December 8, 2013

This is best viewed full screen in HD so you can see the text being written out in the video. I wrote a poem and applied the words as CSS classes. This is a video of me reciting the poem as it’s being typed out as CSS classes and appearing in a Chrome browser window. […]

Petra Cortright The Digital Artist, A Summary Of Her Life and Work

November 11, 2013

Petra Cortright is an influential and pioneering digital artist, this is a brief summary of her life and well-known digital artwork.

I’m Still Here With Joaquin Phoenix: From Victimage to Transcendence

November 10, 2013

I’m Still Here depicts Joaquin Phoenix’s journey from victimage to transcendence and how he duped the entire mainstream media.

Video: The End

November 4, 2013

The death of a dream. Bailey Stearns – Concept ArtistBlair Collum – Sound Designer & CastingMathias Ybarra – AnimatorMatthew T Rader – Director & Photographer

The Walking Dead – Killer Within: Carl’s Castration Anxiety

October 13, 2013

Carl killing his mother permanently ended his castration anxiety which symbolizes some of the extreme actions people take to overcome fears

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