Kelly Nosari

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Fan Mail: Interview with Dara Gill

Each month, DailyServing selects two artists to be featured in our Fan Mail series.  If you would like to be considered, please submit to a link to your website with ‘Fan Mail’ in the subject line.  Keep checking the site – you could be the next artist featured! For this edition of Fan Mail, Sydney-based emerging artist Dara Gill has been chosen from a[…..]

SUPERFLEX: Flooded McDonald’s

Flooded McDonald’s, by art collective Superflex, is currently on view at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C.  For this recent film, Superflex painstakingly created a life-sized replica of a McDonald’s fast-food restaurant.  Their deliberate choice to employ one of the most recognizable brands in the world offers a familiar point-of-departure for the viewer, while also evoking related issues of consumerism and corporate[…..]

From the DS Archives: Julieta Aranda

From the DS Archives presents a past feature on artist Julieta Aranda, which examines the artist’s exploration of the concept of time.  Most recently, Aranda participated in a group exhibition, Defending Our Values, at the Centro Cultural Andratx in Mallorca that concluded in March of this year. Julieta Aranda was written by Allision Gibson and originally published on 7 April 2009. Time is an integral[…..]

From the DS Archives: Can’t Afford the Freeway

This Sunday, From the DS Archives reintroduces Can’t Afford the Freeway.  Named for artist Elana Mann’s video installation and the chorus of an Aimee Mann song – the title words seem to call America’s car culture into question.  Touching on several works of art, the article addresses our nation’s reliance on cars by examining artistic engagement with this problematic and persistent dilemma. Can’t Afford the[…..]

From the DS Archives: David Spriggs

This Sunday’s edition of From the DS Archives reintroduces a feature on artist David Spriggs.  Revisiting this article is the perfect opportunity to reacquaint ourselves with Spriggs’ immersive atmospheric installations as a solo exhibition featuring new work by the artist recently opened at Galerie de l’UQAM in Quebec. This article by Rebekah Drysdale was originally published on June 8, 2009. David Spriggs‘ atmospheric installations, such[…..]

Edinburgh Art Festival

Each year, from mid-summer to early fall, the arts converge in Scotland’s capital city.  The Edinburgh International Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe are well-known venues for the performing arts.  The Edinburgh Festivals have expanded to include art forms such as film, jazz and blues, storytelling, and books.  The visual arts is no exception in having its own festival platform.  Taking place throughout August and[…..]

From the DS Archives: Interview with Drew Heitzler

This week, From the DS Archives has chosen to reintroduce Catherine Wagley’s interview with artist Drew Heitzler.  Heitzler’s film installations are worth revisiting for the way they explore history and narrative through manipulated found footage as well as his own new work in film.  Notably inspired by the precedent of history paintings like The Oath of the Horatii, Heitzler presents us with filmic narratives of[…..]