Gloria Brush - Duluth, Minnesota


(7501.3), image 9.5"x13.5", Epson p2000 print from digitally mediated
scale model architectural camera and other camera sources; 2001

 


Artist Statement:

This image is from the series Language Text II, This project is about the changing aura of language and its relationships with the objects existing in what we call real space. Objects wait to be recognized and enveloped by words, which form trajectories of both communication and miscommunication. Sometimes they are breaths without voice. They
seek a secure syntactic position, but meaning constantly is devised, relocated, recreated.

Language slips, revealing and reviving, negotiating the soft and uncertain terrain of thought and interpretation.

Gloria DeFilipps Brush
gbrush@d.umn.edu
http://www.d.umn.edu/%7Egbrush/gbrush.htm

Selected Exhibitions:

  • D-Art 2002, International Conference on Information Visualization IV, The University of London, U.K., July 10-12, 2001
  • YLEM: Twenty Years of Art, Science and Technology, SOMARTS Gallery, San Francisco, September 4-23, 2001
  • SIGGRAPH 2001 N-Space Gallery exhibition, Los Angeles Convention Center, August 14-16, 2001
  • Digital art, Beecher center for Technology at Butler Institute for American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, April 1-May 31, 2001
  • Photographer's Fellowship, Minnesota State Arts Board, 2000
  • Imagination/Innovation: Fifty Years of Polaroid Photography, Ansel Adams Center, San Francisco, April 27-July 7, 1999, and travel to other locations; catalog published as a book by Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1999


 
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