Just one of Monique Redmond's 'Hydrangea Driveby' works . . . Thanks to Kathryn Tsui I discovered you can now immerse yourself in a vast drive by spree courtesy Mon's website. Hydrangea Driveby - what a title!
May 22, 2014, 7:30pm--UCLA Department of Art Lectures: David Wilson. David Wilson is the founding director of the Museum of Jurassic Technology (MJT). He has produced 12 independent films, most recently under the auspices of MJT in conjunction with Kabinet, an arts-and science-based cultural institution located in St. Petersburg, Russia. The MJT and Wilson have been honored through numerous grants and awards, including a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in 2001.
Richard Stratton, Banker's Dog, 2013. This Portage Award winning agate ware creation has a body press moulded from a poodle plastic watering can. Most unusual for agate ware to be used in the creation of a poodle.
Interested in the use of agate ware in the production of animal ornaments this morning - in the interests of thinking about Richard Stratton's Banker's Dog of 2013 (an agate ware creation whose body is cast from a poodle plastic watering can). So far no agate ware poodle sightings. This is an Agate ware cat, c 1780, Staffordshire (and related creatures), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York