Friday, March 13, 2009

Pollinator Candy Smith submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Candy Smith from San Diego, California.

Candy Smith


Pollinator Tony Parde submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Tony Parde from Venice, California.

Tony Parde


Pollinator Jeff Palmer submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Jeff Palmer from Dallas, Texas.

Jeff Palmer


Pollinator Andy Glad submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Andy Glad from Las Vegas, Nevada.

Andy Glad


Pollinator Deanne Beck submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Deanne Beck from Oxnard, California.

Deanne Beck


Pollinator Donny Ellis submission no 2

Boom Bloom contribution no. 2 by Donny Ellis from White Fish, Montana.

Donny Ellis 2


Pollinator Donny Ellis submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Donny Ellis from White Fish, Montana.

Donny Ellis


Pollinator Joan Ryne submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Joan Ryne from Long Beach, California.

Joan Ryne


Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Pollinator Dick Cannon submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Dick Cannon from Brooklyn, New York.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Pollinator Ashcan submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Ashcan from San Francisco, CA.

Ashcan

Monday, March 9, 2009

Pollinator Dan Caan submission

Boom Bloom contribution by Dan Caan from Monterey, CA.

DINCAAN

Thursday, March 5, 2009

SKY exhibits at the NUS Arts Festival 09 (27 Feb to 15 March 09) University Cultural Centre, Singapore

Live feeds of Singaporean and Southern California skyscapes transmitted from urban and natural locations are projected and juxtaposed. The viewer is reminded that land and topography are physically fixed and locationally restricted; yet, landscapes constantly and fluidly relocate due to the earth’s rotation within space. On the other hand, the sky, though fixed, contains skyscapes that relocate within itself. The sky is the endpoint of most emanations such as sound and scent. It is the interface between cosmos and chaos and the point of connection between separated people(s).


Projection of SKY at University Cultural Centre (California on left, Singapore on right)


The suggestive calligraphics of clouds evoke responses that are as much personal figurations as they are literal perceptions. In response, doilies, arch-americana and decorative artifacts of bourgeois interior -design -scapes, are arranged into the Chinese ideogram representing sky, creating a bridge between distant cultures, landscapes and histories as well threading lives, both urban and natural.


SKY at daytime


Singapore/California sunset


video video

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Oral Southern California Mountains Sample 2

Oral Southern California Mountains Sample 2

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Oral Southern California Mountains Sample 1

Oral Southern California Mountains Sample 1

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Oral Southern California Inland Sample 2

Oral Southern California Inland Sample 2

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Oral Southern California Inland Sample 1

Oral Southern California Inland Sample 1

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Oral Southern California Coastal Sample 2

Oral Southern California Coastal Sample 2

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Oral Southern California Coastal Sample 1

Oral Southern California Coastal Sample 1

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Percussive Southern California Mountains Sample 2

Percussive Southern California Mountains Sample 2

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Percussive Southern California Mountains Sample 1

Percussive Southern California Mountains Sample 1

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Percussive Southern California Inland Sample 2

Percussive Southern California Inland Sample 2

Pollinator Guidelines

Percussive Southern California Inland Sample 1

Percussive Southern California Inland Sample 1

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Percussive Southern California Coastal Sample 2

Percussive Southern California Coastal Sample 2

Pollinator Guidelines

Percussive Southern California Coastal Sample 1

Percussive Southern California Coastal Sample 1

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Fricative Southern California Mountains Sample 2

Fricative Southern California Mountains Sample 2

Pollinator Guidelines

Fricative Southern California Mountains Sample 1

Fricative Southern California Mountains Sample 1

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Fricative Southern California Inland Sample 2

Fricative Southern California Inland Sample 2

Pollinator Guidelines

Fricative Southern California Inland Sample 1

Fricative Southern California Inland Sample 1

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Fricative Southern California Coastal Sample 2

Fricative Southern California Coastal Sample 2

Pollinator Guidelines

Fricative Southern California Coastal Sample 1

Fricative Southern California Coastal Sample 1

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Indistinct Southern California Mountains Sample 2

Propulsive Southern California Mountains Sample 2

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