Review~ Ian F. Thomas

Ian F. Thomas To Nowhere Thomas Hunter Project SpaceHunter CollegeNew York, NY published on EUTOPIA: Contemporary Art Review Cast ceramic, Glass Reinforced Gypsum, Steel, 2019 Metaphorical symbology lays thick: the rising tide lifts only one boat, the 1% will never be occupied, or “life of pi” meets “an inconvenient truth.” Choose your insoluble outrage. The… Continue reading Review~ Ian F. Thomas

Review ~ Numen/For Use

Numen/For Use Tape Tokyo 02 “Grand Projects: How Far Will You Go?” by Exhibition Director, Naoko Aono 21_21 Design Sight, Tokyo [link] ARTICLE Tethered and taught, 21,120 meters of tape stretch into a translucent organ, squeaking and groaning as squirming, curious museum goers crawl through its aortal expanses. Choosing populist excess –cheap tape and labor… Continue reading Review ~ Numen/For Use

Review: Culture Laboratory’s “Land Portrait” Exhibit

“Earth isn’t always what we try to make of it” By Scott Andrews  Culture Laboratory Collective: Land Portrait San Antonio Current, JANUARY 11, 2012 … Instead of body-as-terrain, “Marking Time: Erosion” by Ryder Richards and Loren Erdrich’s “Exit Strategy” show the body against terrain. They are two of the most compelling works in the exhibition. Richards’ piece… Continue reading Review: Culture Laboratory’s “Land Portrait” Exhibit