Hildegard Westerkamp (born April 8, 1946, on Osnabrück, Germany) is a German and Canadian composer of electroacoustic music. Many of her compositions deal with the acoustic environment. Particular themes include soundscapes of urban or rural areas, including voices, noise, silence, music and media, and so on.
blejz this is incredible. thank you for sharing this.
Jack McGilvray, “Non-reflective reflections (surface)” (2011-2014)
archival inkjet print
SUMMER PARTY on view through August 14, 2014
Hello Project Gallery, Houston TX
Summer Salts at Art Palace, Houston, TX
Exhibition runs through August 16th, 2014.
It is almost too easy to write a dystopia these days. The real challenge, it seems to me, is to write a new utopia.
i want stories about otrotopias.
It’s not news that taking pictures can get you threatened and arrested, but a lawsuit filed this month by the American Civil Liberties Union sheds further light on just how pervasive the government’s paranoia over photography has become.
GUSH hands. The Current Sea, 2014.
More fun with the GUSH web app by @adamferriss. http://bit.ly/1nu1n1W
Debra Barrera, Poof (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 1910), 2014. Graphite and oil pencil on paper, 11 5/8 x 11 3/16 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas.
See the work in CAMH’s upcoming exhibition Right Here, Right Now this Fall.
Camelandscape, 2010 is the Picture of the Month for July 2014.
Each month, I upload a new digital file of a picture for you to print each month as a gift.
The images will only be available as high resolution downloads for the month they are released.
Take a picture of your print and I will post it. See the archive here.