Friday, August 28, 2009
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Children of Arcadia is currently showing at ISEA in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Golden Thread Gallery
7th of August and closes on the 6th of September
Opening Times Tues - Friday: 10.30am - 5.30pm
Saturday - Sunday:10.30am - 4.00pm
Exhibition opening night 7th of August: 7 - 9pm
ISEA 2009 was curated by Kathy Rae Huffman. Huge thx to everyone that made this possible, The University of Ulster, Peter Richards, everyone from the gallery, the artists, and all the great people I met on the trip!
Brad Todd's Red TV along side COA @ the Golden Thread Gallery.
me making projector adjustments
Posted by markskwarek at 6:33 PM
I'm standing in front of the wall to give it some scale. Noticte where the the paint has been eaten away from the wall in the image to the right. This happened from flammable substances that were thrown back and forth at people on the other side.
Sadly northern Ireland is known for a period of civil strife where Protestants and Catholics where at war with one another-
Events of August 1969, forty years of political conflict. pt 1
Events of August 1969, forty years of political conflict. pt 2
Walls were constructed that were used to control the the opposing groups. I took video and pictures along the wall along with John Craig Freeman who is creating a virtual peace wall in Second Life. This will be somewhat similar to his Virtual Florida
Craig walking towards one of the only open control gates on our walk...
a pile of palettes for a bonfire, note the British flags on top
bonfire the day after
Posted by markskwarek at 5:59 PM
Monday, August 17, 2009
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Mr Krusher's first song is now available for
download on itunes, amazon, and is somehow already in the top 10
downloads on addictech.com It is
called Dub Witness (2 Year Lease).
Mr Krusher's debut album will be complete in early fall and may reside on the
same label: Vermin Street records, www.verminstreet.com as well as the
reconstruction of a bunch of unfinished tracks Rik Maihos left behind
when he bounced.
Posted by markskwarek at 10:11 AM