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J. Morgan Puett: A Practice of Be(e)ing
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J. Morgan Puett is an internationally renowned artist living on a 95-acre compound in the deciduous forests of northeastern Pennsylvania. Touching on ideas of creative domestication, radical pedagogy, and a critical engagement with one’s environment...


Collection: New Releases, On Art and Artists, Single Titles

Tags: artist portraits, artist spaces, documentary, installation, landscape, portrait, visual art

2001 colours andy never thought of
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2001 Colours Andy Never Thought Of transforms Warhol’s infamous screen prints of Marilyn Monroe through a process of color manipulation. The viewer witness a flurry of changing tones, colors, and shades in a postmodern nod to the scratch genre that...


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Tags: art history, image processing, painting, visual art

Nine Hamlet RGB
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Nine Hamlet RGB engages a simple algorithm to destabilize the timing of the red, green and blue frame sequential display system while incorporating fragmented, appropriated “to be or not to be” excerpts from nine Hamlet films. The audio is the...


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Tags: film theory, hollywood, image processing

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"The title, A Boy Needs A Friend, is both a pathetic plea and just a fact."  – Steve Reinke


Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: autobiography, gender, humor, sexuality

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