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    The Creators Project: Test Patterns

    Anya Tchoupakov wrote up a short review of Test Patterns which just opened at Flux Factory for The Creators Project – read it in full here: http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/test-patterns-exhibition

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    Elmhurst Art Museum Biennial: Chicago Statements

    Elmhurst Art Museum Biennial: Chicago Statements DECEMBER 12, 2015 – FEBRUARY 21, 2016 https://www.elmhurstartmuseum.org/exhibitions/elmhurst-art-museum-biennial-chicago-statements Chicago artists have something to say. Taking on the role of cultural commentator, facilitator,…

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    Test Patterns at Flux Factory

    Flux Factory: 39-31 29th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 Visiting by subway: We are located on street level near several wheelchair-accessible subway stops. 7, N, and Q…

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    Twenty Something Sullivan

    TWENTY SOMETHING SULLIVAN Architectural Ornament 1881 – 1885 by Tom Burtonwood and Tim Samuelson Louis H. Sullivan is often celebrated as a father of modern architecture. But if…

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    Physical Photography

    Earlier in the summer at The Center for Lost Arts I started working in earnest on a project that had been percolating for some time. One of my…

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    Future Biometrics

    Future Biometrics is a poem by Jillian Weise first published in the March 2015 issue of Poetry (http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poem/250084 ) and presented here as a 3D printed broadside. It…

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    The Art of 3D Printing

    The open sourcing of production reminds me of Cory Arcangel’s “Super Mario Clouds” (2002). “Between his work and your referencing of Duchamp, I’m thinking about your practice as one of conceptual-artist-as-hacker-as-maker, which feels very 21st-century appropriation artist, plus internet artist, plus sci-fi overload!” – Alicia Eler

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    Orihon 3D Printed Book

    “Perhaps no other book in this exhibition suggests the vastness of the photobook’s future so much as Tom Burtonwood’s Orihon, a 3D-printed accordion-fold volume containing scans of ancient sculptural objects. Orihon announces its tactility and embraces both history and prospect, infusing the book with true DIY ingenuity.”

    — Gregory Harris, Assistant Curator, DePaul Art Museum & Juror for DIY (Visits Chicago): Photographers and Books

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