Posts Tagged ‘Headlands Center for the Arts’

Interview with Sarah Rara

Sarah Rara is a Los Angeles–based artist who works with video, film, photography, and performance. She is also a contributing member of the band Lucky Dragons. Rara was most recently an artist in residence at Headlands Center for the Arts, where she worked on a new video, Broken Solar, and a libretto for a new opera, Neglected Treaty, that considers the sonic impacts of climate change[…..]

(Im)materiel at Headlands Center for the Arts and The Marvelous Real at Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

Ingrid Rojas Contreras. Desdoblada, 2014. Mixed-media narrative collage. Courtesy the Artist and Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.

Today from our partner site Art Practical, we bring you Lea Feinstein’s review of two related shows now on view in the Bay Area. She remarks, “While many artists are mounting the barricades, engaging in social protest, the artists in these two exhibitions quietly comment on the ironic nature of human life on earth. Their endeavors memorably evoke worlds we cannot see and, in the process,[…..]

Fan Mail: Kyle Austin Dunn

Kyle Austin Dunn, Balled Up Color and Lines, Acrylic and enamel on polystyrene and PVC, 32” x 50” x 16”, 2013.

For this edition of Fan Mail, Kyle Austin Dunn of Sausalito, California has been selected from our worthy reader submissions. Two artists are featured each month—the next one could be you! If you would like to be considered, please submit your website link to info@dailyserving.com with ‘Fan Mail’ in the subject line. Some of Kyle Austin Dunn’s artworks look sugary and delicious with factory-made colors.[…..]

Living at the Movies: Interview with Lukasz Jastrubczak

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I was originally scheduled to interview Lukasz Jastrubczak in Poland last summer, but as I researched his background and projects I discovered that he was going to be in San Francisco in the fall on a residency at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Jastrubczak is a thoughtful artist, working his way through multiple concepts at once to make art that is both complex and[…..]