Q & A with Dana DeGiulio

Q & A with Dana DeGiulio

Chicago artist and recent SAIC grad Dana DeGiulio has a new show up at Julius Caesar, the alternative space she co-runs with Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, Diego Leclery, Colby Shaft and Hans Peter Sundquist. I’d seen several presentations of DeGiulio’s work...
All Hail the Crayon King!

All Hail the Crayon King!

The King of Crayons is an out-of-work, narcoleptic criminologist (or at least that’s what he says on his blog) who occupies himself by adding his own f-cked up twist to coloring book pages. “It’s like photoshop without a computer!” the King...
Two Types of Drawing Machines

Two Types of Drawing Machines

Self Portrait Machine, by Jen Hui Liao, is part of an exhibition at the Royal College of Art. The machine takes a picture of the subject and then mechanically renders it. The subject’s hands are “cuffed” to the machine (as pictured below) and then...
Wednesday Clips

Wednesday Clips

A few stories, blog posts, and interesting discussions in Chicago and beyond that are on my mind this week. **Image credit: Shannon Keller, Knitter. Keller’s work is currently on view at Show Cave in L.A. (via The World’s Best Ever). *CAA Study finds...