Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Hidden Light

From the group exhibition Infinity Of Intimate SpaceIlza Briede (Kavi)'s Hidden Light, a projection on suspended vinyl sheetscurrently at InterAccess, Toronto:











Monday, 28 November 2016

Truncatable primes

Two sequences of prime numbers:

7
73
739
7393
73939
739391

7
37
137
9137
29137
629137
646216567629137
2646216567629137
12646216567629137
312646216567629137
6312646216567629137
86312646216567629137
686312646216567629137
7686312646216567629137
57686312646216567629137
357686312646216567629137

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Untitled + It's More Fun To Compute

An obscure untitled track by Kraftwerk I found on the internet, dated 2006:


Video from Nafoute's youtube channel


Kraftwerk's It's More Fun To Compute from their 1981 album Computer World:


Video from Deepspace5's youtube channel

Saturday, 26 November 2016

Khrome

Since I've been sick on and off the last little while, I have missed quite a few local art shows.  I'm glad that I didn't miss this one.  Just visited yesterday, and last day showing today, Howard Lonn's solo exhibition Khrome at Birch Contemporary, Toronto:










Thursday, 24 November 2016

Trockel Phantasies*

Rosemarie Trockel at K21, Düsseldorf 2016:






Trockel at Gladstone Gallery, New York 2013




*My Phantasy is the title of a couple of Trockel's works recently acquired by K21.

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Cocoons

I first saw Judith Scott's works as part of Rosemarie Trockel's show at NYC's New Museum four year ago.  I was excited to visit recently her own solo exhibition currently at Oakville Galleries Centennial Square, Oakville, which is just a short hike from Toronto.  In addition to her cocoon-like sculptures, her drawings are also on view: