Creativity Breadcrumb 59: Artschwager, soon at the Loeb

The work of Richard Artschwager is associated with Minimalism, Conceptual and Pop Art. It explores concepts of perception and space, most notably using commercial and industrial materials to bend categories. Objects become images, then presences, and fluctuate among these groupings. He extended this approach to prints and multiples that comprise a body of over 100 Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 59: Artschwager, soon at the Loeb[…]

Field Work: Magical Realism and Day of the Dead

Today we’re sharing some of the research of our Exódo summer multi-arts collective! Vassar student Ariana Sacristan-Benjet offers an overview of magical realist fiction and its relationship to Day of the Dead. “Magical Realism” is a literary genre common in Latin American writers. As I looked at some novels and stories under this genre I Read more about Field Work: Magical Realism and Day of the Dead[…]

Creativity Breadcrumb 58: An inSIGHTful Summer and Spring

In this splendid spring, there’s so much to see! From beautiful flowers blooming by the minute, to the brilliance of landscape washed in sunlight–and of course, art! We’ve come up with a number of places to visit on a trip to the city, as well as spaces closer to home. Be sure to catch a glimpse Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 58: An inSIGHTful Summer and Spring[…]