This place, Animation, 2016

“I make work to look at structures of knowing. I am curious about the experience of intense observation and the effects upon both the subject and object under investigation. I am drawn to processes that are revealed by their inability to fulfill themselves.” –Anne Macmillan

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Boxes for Rocks, Anne Macmillan, 2012, (Cardboard, rocks, shelving unit). 

 

 

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Glenn Ligon, Untitled (Malcolm X), 2008 Pencil, Acrylic and flash on paper mounted on panel

Glenn Ligon, “There’s a kind of slowness and inefficiency about rendering text in paint. We’re in a world that’s very fast, so things that slow you for a minute-give you pause- are good.”

 

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Eva Hesse, Expanded Expansion, 1969 (Fiberglass, polyester resin, latex, and cheesecloth)

“Life doesn’t last; art doesn’t last. It doesn’t matter.”

-Eva Hesse

1970, photo offset on 10 notecards, manila envelope, 5 x 8 inches each
1970, photo offset on 10 notecards, manila envelope, 5 x 8 inches each

Mel Bochner, “Misunderstandings (A Theory of Photography)” 1970

“I would like to see photography make people despise painting until something else will make photography unbearable.” – Marcel Duchamp

Ian Cheng, Metis Suns, 2014

“The history of cartoons is the history of neurological and cognitive sensitivity. Hyperbolic mouth, lips, and hands are an expression of a human’s most intensive neurological zones. Shifts in scale and movement are expressions of changes in psychosocial status and subconscious mindset. Here we simulate an evolving dance for cartoons familiar and ancient.”