Posts Tagged ‘Desiree Holman’

From the Archive – Help Desk: The Biggest/Littlest Decision

Louise Bourgeois.
The Curved House, 1990; Marble, 14 x 37 x 13 in.

Our intrepid columnist is on the road this week, so today we bring you a popular Q&A from our archive. It’s good to note that support for parent–artists is increasing: The Bemis Center has a six-week residency with on-site child care in 2016; Kala Art Institute offers ten Parent Artist Residency Awards with a stipend of $1,000 each; and The Present Group is currently accepting nominations for[…..]

Help Desk: The Biggest/Littlest Decision

Louise Bourgeois.
The Curved House, 1990; Marble, 14 x 37 x 13 in.

Help Desk is where I answer your queries about making, exhibiting, finding, marketing, buying, selling–or any other activity related to contemporary art. Submit your questions anonymously here. All submissions become the property of Daily Serving. I’ve now reached the age where the question regarding children has become increasingly relevant. To have or not to have? How does a successful artist combine her career with her[…..]

Me, Myself, and My Avatar

Along with nine, hand-selected participants, artist Desirée Holman has spent the last two years developing a series of avatars. The resulting project, Heterotopias, 2011, a video and supporting drawings on view now at the Berkeley Art Museum, refers to corporeal reality’s relationship to virtual reality, the physical process by which the digitally rendered avatar is formed, and the ironic stasis of the body whilst the[…..]