Manila, Phillipines based artist Dex Fernandez creates works that range from street art murals, animation, painting and drawing to photography. Using a variety of media, his ongoing series of eclectic collage portraits combines almost all of his interests. Fernandez’s inspirations are equally diverse. His series juxtaposes good and evil, beauty and ugliness by mixing pop art, religious iconography, and vintage images from posters and magazines that he finds in thrift shops.
Art event by The Drift and CUIR presents works on the theme of water at a riverside location:
H3O//002 co-presented by the Drift and the Center for Urban
Intervention Research took place on May 10th 2015 beneath the Veteran’s
Bridge along the north shore of the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh. For
H3O//002, the Drift partnered with the Center for Urban Intervention
Research (CUIR) and students from a course offered by CUIR director Ali
Momeni in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University. Throughout
the semester, the Drift, CUIR and students in the course developed a
custom array of audio/visual rigs and installations, virtual reality
experiences, and site specific performances. In addition to these
collaborations and student projects, the Drift curated a selection of
works and debuted several new commissions by an international group of
artists working in video, animation, and sound.
H3O is an event series and platform of research created by the Drift
that transforms select sites along bodies of water into immersive
experiences in sound, expanded cinema, and new media installation. In
this series, the Drift selects artists, musicians, and technologists to
develop audiovisual experiences that explore fluidity as an aesthetic,
conceptual, and contextual body of inquiry.
This work is unique among are mediums. I blind reverse, hand carve clear acrylic panels. Most large format 48"x48". It required over 10 years of research, trial and error and skill practice to accomplish the level of detail I presently employ. My work is widely exhibited in galleries and museums. I have been an artist in various mediums for several decades but focus primarily on sculpting today.
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From the inboxes of Dr. Fiona Burnett and Sarah Medlock:
told me that Callie is home from the hospital and feeling better – I’m glad to hear it. I can
only imagine the terror of the situation.
Not to intrude on familial matters, but Mary has
talked quite a bit about Callie in her video diaries and emails to me. Though I’ve never met or spoken
with Callie, it sounds like what caused her recent attack (and perhaps some of
her other issues) may be more mental than physical. I’ve had a couple similar
cases come across my desk over the years. Perhaps if you encouraged Callie to
go outside you would see some positive changes in her. I worry that she may
regress from any progress she’s
made if she spends too much time alone in her room. Talking with Mary may also
help her overcome her fears and make strides in leading a healthier life.
Anyway, I’m glad to know Mary’s in good hands. Thank you for looking after her – despite how her
complaints might come off, please don’t be fooled. While prickly on the outside, I’m sure you’ve realized your niece
has many layers. Don’t be too hard on her
over this whole ordeal.
I look forward to hearing back from you. Feel free to
ask any questions that come to mind.
Sincerely, Dr. Fiona Burnett
Good to hear from you. Yes, we’re very thankful that
Callie’s home, safe and sound.
However, she seems even more resolute to stay in her room than she was before.
She won’t even come upstairs
anymore. It hasn’t been this bad in a
long while, so I’m trying to give her a
bit more space, even if that means letting her lock herself away. She’s already been through
sure Mary meant well, but I grounded her nonetheless for skipping school. While
I understand wanting Callie to spend more time with her, I’m worried that her
influence over Callie would be more damaging than helpful. She’s a good kid (when she
wants to be), but at this point I don’t want to risk Callie’s well being again.
Thanks for your concern.
The Misselthwaite Archives is a modern adaptation of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, told through a series of online videos, images, and written vignettes.
Watch the full Asia Society program featuring Myanmar’s celebrated troupe Shwe Man Thabin, which has been nominated for Outstanding Performance of the Year by The New York Dance and Performance Awards.
Seriously, stoked! We have news…but nothing we can officially announce, yet. We can say this…there will poetry, but so much more! It is a multimedia endeavour! And we are stoked! But, you didn’t hear anything from us.
Are there any studyblrs out there that work with film, photography, animation, or anything else kind of along that line? I’m in a multimedia academy and I want to follow some people who are doing similar things to what I do.
Like or reblog this if you do so I can follow you.