Glitch Art

I’ve always been a fan of glitch art and dabble in it myself sometimes. Here are a few pieces of glitch ...

Poem: Andrea, My Greatest Honor

A flash flood, Of love. Poured down, From the heavens above. Angels of grace, Decended to me. And presented, A...

Random Art Gallery: RA IV Exhibiting My Photos

Brenton Black & Jason Sanders at Random Art Gallery in Dallas chose me along with many other great artists...

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

There has been major outrage recently about Richard Prince’s works of art that are screenshots of other peop...

Analysis of "Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close" and "Asterios Polyp"

Authors sometimes use images alongside their text to give visual information to their narrative. How authors p...

Networked Culture & Creative Storytelling

In Jim Cambell Leonardo brings up a very interesting point in his article “Delusions of Dialogue: Control an...

Telepresence, Telecommunication, Telematic

In Roy Ascott’s article, “Is There Love In The Telematic Embrace?” he says that current technology is ma...

Chris Maker’s Sans Soleil

The Subway Sumo Scene from Chris Maker’s film Sans Soleil left an impression on me and kept me memorized...

Experimental Ethnography

As I was reading Catherine Russell’s book, Experimental Ethnography, one of the things that first struck...

Tableau Photography

Storytelling in contemporary art photography I read The Photograph as Contemporary Art by Charlotte Cotton. He...

The Art of Petra Cortright

the Web Is the Ultimate Canvas Petra Cortright is a digital artist born on July 19, 1986 in Los Angeles, Calif...

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

Five years ago, Joaquin Phoenix, the famous actor, decided to quite his successful acting career to become a r...

The Walking Dead – Killer Within

With a gun in his small hand he looked down at his mother after she had just passed out from loss of blood dur...

The Brothers Quay

It was really interesting to read and learn about the guys who inspired the creator of one of my all time favo...

We Are Not Alone

Thoughts on Mark Trive’s book, New Media Art One of the most interesting things that I find about New Me...

Cindy Sherman, A Retrospective | The Dallas Museum of Art

The Cindy Sherman exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art was extremely fascinating and interesting. I liked how s...

Consistent Creativity

Our class has talked a lot about Wikipedia this past week. We also reviewed and discussed it’s style gui...

Rhein II by Andreas Gursky: $4.3 million

I just read such an interesting article in the BBC News about Andreas Gursky’s photo of the Rhein sellin...