Category: writing

  • Hunters Welcome: Mark Collop

    Hunters Welcome artist: Mark Collop New Project Space @ 500X Dallas, TX 12/04/2010 The new project space at 500 X has balls: big red, glittering, pig balls. Thanks to Mark Collop’s exhibit, “Hunters Welcome,” the space offers a disturbing commentary on hunting culture and masculinity complicated by sacral references. The installation reveals hunting’s situational power, and subsequent […]

  • Piotr Chizinski: Socio-Academic Judo

      Piotr Chizinski : “Socio-academic Judo” Piotr Chizinski is the epitome of C.P. Snow’s “Third Culture.” Posited as the empirical intellect bridging the humanities and sciences, the “Third Culture” resists academic specificity to more fully navigate cultural inquiry within a real world context. Engaged in social interaction through art, Chizinski draws from several fields of study to continually […]

  • D Magazine Front Row Reviews

    2011-12 Art reviews published by D Magazine Front Row “Art Reviews: Why You Should Avoid Going to Galleries After a Day at The Museum“ “Gallery Hopping: Reviews of Angstrom, Oliver Francis, CentralTrak and more“ “Gallery Hopping: A Diversity of Strong Shows Highlight a Month in Dallas Arts” “Terror from Above: Eric Eley’s Coincident Disruption” MAC, Dallas “Lost […]

  • Ergonomics of Futility

    Ergonomics of Futility Ian F. Thomas and Shreepad Joglekar coordinated by Ro2 Art and Ryder Richards, Dallas, TX (ALERT: the reviewer participated in and coordinated this event, therefore he has special insights and vested interests.) “Ergonomics of Futility” provided a platform for dissension in trust and a spectacle of absurdity based on the most serious of problems: economic disparity and corporate hierarchy. […]

  • Mark Collop: Hunter’s Welcome

    Hunters Welcome artist: Mark Collop New Project Space @ 500X Dallas, TX 12/04/2010 The new project space at 500 X has balls: big red, glittering, pig balls. Thanks to Mark Collop’s exhibit, “Hunters Welcome,” the space offers a disturbing commentary on hunting culture and masculinity complicated by sacral references. The installation reveals hunting’s situational power, and subsequent […]

  • Piotr Chizinski: Socio-Academic Judo

    Piotr Chizinski  “Socio-academic Judo” Piotr Chizinski is the epitome of C.P. Snow’s “Third Culture.” Posited as the empirical intellect bridging the humanities and sciences, the “Third Culture” resists academic specificity to more fully navigate cultural inquiry within a real world context. Engaged in social interaction through art, Chizinski draws from several fields of study to continually explore […]