Monthly Archives: November 2010

Phosphenes & LSD Art

A few years ago my dad gave me a copy of the September 1966 issue of LIFE magazine.  At the time I was experimenting with hallucinagins collages and he thought I could possibly use some of the trippy imagery for a … Continue reading

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Web Finds for November 29th

(Power Hive, Heidi Tellefer) Welcome back to the work week!  I had serious intentions of being “creative” on Thanksgiving which devolved into drinking a bottle of Yellowtail and talking to Comcast’s technical support regarding critical service issues. But lets take a … Continue reading

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Don’t bend; don’t water it down; don’t try to make it logical; don’t edit your own soul according to the fashion. Rather, follow your most intense obsessions mercilessly. — Franz Kafka

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Giving Thanks

No formal wrap-up for this (thankfully) short week but you can see things here, here, here, here, and here. I will be here, twerkin’ it out. And before I go, I am thankful for you (yes, you). Thank you for visiting FLUX. … Continue reading

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Brickbottom Open Studios Recap

(the work of Jason Polins) The Brickbottom Artist Building is one of the oldest living and working artists communities in the country. In 1984, a group of artists came together, in search of a stable and affordable working and living environment. They … Continue reading

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The Ins and Outs of the Camera Obscura

After seeing the work of Abelardo Morell and meeting many photographers in the Boston area who either use, built or experiment with camera obscuras I was interested in learning more about this ancient device. To you tweens – early 20 somethings, … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for November 19, 2010

(Sale, Scott Listfield on view at New Art Center) Yes, its the weekend. Yes, we definitely earned it.  Life has been crazy and I’m going to attribute it to “The Holidays” which will be my scapegoat for the next two … Continue reading

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Artist Showcase: Stuart Dunkel

(Compartmentalized Self-Portrait[scan]) By chance, I met Stuart at the South End Open Studios in September while he was watching the space of a friend who suggested the artist exhibit some of his own work. I’m so glad he did. Stuart has such … Continue reading

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The Gardner Museum: Art Heists & Late Nights

       (El Jaleo, John Singer Sargent, on view at ISGM) Did you know that the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Fenway is the site of the biggest art heist in history?  C’est vrai! From our friends at Wikipedia: … Continue reading

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Web Finds: Etsy Here & There

“I’ve never seen Bowie in concert, but I hear the part where he wears Spock ears and shoots milk out of his nose is electrifying.”-Regretsy Sometimes Web Finds fall into place, and this week there happened to be many an … Continue reading

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