Speak Your Mind

Every artist needs to hear feedback from people about her work to see different perspectives on the work. I encourage you to leave comments, ideas and questions on the blog.

Friday, March 20, 2009

A Window Into Your Mind

An installation in direct response to podcast #50 at Brooklyn is Watching in Second Life. This piece considers the meaning of "otherness" of rl art critics looking at sl art work from the outside and uses samples from the podcast to show the underlying tones of the speakers.
location: slurl.com/secondlife/Popcha/72/140/27

Here's the #50 podcast I was responding to:

Also the #51 the following where different artists-critics respond to this piece:


Anonymous said...

Loved all your recent work at BiW Juria, particularly these latest grand statements, really potent stuff.