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Samantha Scherer

Samantha Scherer

ALLAN KAPROW: coined the term 'Happening' describing a new art form, at the beginning of 60's - loosely scripted events, turned all participants into artists, allowed the performer to experiment with body motion, recorded sounds, written and spoken texts, even smells. Fluxus and Installation art were influenced by his work. Studied under J. Cage.

ALLAN KAPROW: coined the term 'Happening' describing a new art form, at the beginning of 60's - loosely scripted events, turned all participants into artists, allowed the performer to experiment with body motion, recorded sounds, written and spoken texts, even smells. Fluxus and Installation art were influenced by his work. Studied under J. Cage.

Using his trademark style, Seveso transforms the stunning portrait of Ayaka into a sea of wispy colors. Description from mymodernmet.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Stunning Water and Ink Photography and Design by Alberto Seveso

Using his trademark style, Seveso transforms the stunning portrait of Ayaka into a sea of wispy colors. Description from mymodernmet.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Paranoia Man in Cheap Shit Room, 2005 by Cecily Brown

Paranoia Man in Cheap Shit Room, 2005 by Cecily Brown

“Last beating heart” Album Cover Marcela Bolivar

“Last beating heart” Album Cover Marcela Bolivar

Richard Wright's gold-leaf mural at the Tate Britain for the annual Turner prize

What to say about ... Turner prize 2009

Richard Wright's gold-leaf mural at the Tate Britain for the annual Turner prize

Thought Splatter, work of textile artist, Rachelle Gardner-"Thought Splatter  is a spontaneous work created from intuition, which contrasts from my usual process of careful planning. The pattern of threads is a result of stitching stream-of-conscious writing. Once the stabilizer is dissolved in water, the thoughts becomes unintelligible, forgotten, reflecting the intangible nature of the ever-fleeting thought."

Thought Splatter, work of textile artist, Rachelle Gardner-"Thought Splatter is a spontaneous work created from intuition, which contrasts from my usual process of careful planning. The pattern of threads is a result of stitching stream-of-conscious writing. Once the stabilizer is dissolved in water, the thoughts becomes unintelligible, forgotten, reflecting the intangible nature of the ever-fleeting thought."

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