Visual Rhythm at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMOCA) eases viewers into the world of experimental film, video and digital art—an experience that can be immersive. The exhibition links recent directions in new media art to earlier artistic explorations—primarily those of experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage (1933-2003). Brakhage is considered to be one of the most … Read more
Everything you wanted to know about the Biennial of the Americas and more happening in Denver this summer.
Andrea Modica at BMOCA, Stephen Batura at Robischon Gallery and Monroe Hodder and Debra Salopek at William Havu Gallery
Recent articles written by Leanne Goebel published at adobeairstream.com include “Chicken Shack Village” at BMOCA, Christoph Heinrich name director of Denver Art Museum, Embrace!, and the re opening of Donald Judd’s concrete works in Marfa, TX
Jeremy BlakeWinchester Redux, 2004still from DVD with sound for plasma or projection5 minute continuous loopGift of Polly and Mark Addison to the Polly and Mark Addison Collection, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado at Boulder. 2006.42.1a-cImage courtesy of Kinz, Tillou + Feigen Gallery, NY The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art recently exhibited a selection of … Read more
Erika WanenmacherThe Science Club: The Boy’s Room, Now, Forever, Then, Part 1” Sept. 26-Dec. 27, 2008Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art1750 13th StreetBoulder, CO80302303.443.2122 Entering the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art I am unsure what to expect from an exhibition about scientific experiments conducted on American citizens during the cold war and the age of nuclear … Read more
September 26-December 27, 2007Erika Wanenmacher The Science Club: The Boy’s Room, Now, Forever, Then, Part 1 The Boy’s Room (detail) Wanenmacher is widely recognized for her ongoing interest and intrigue in the conflict between nature and culture with a large body of her work derived from New Mexico’s atomic history. As a multi-media artist, Wanenmacher … Read more