MVWL – hiatus

Happy Monday!!

MVWL is on hiatus. Grad school is in full swing and I will be adding a couple of new weekly features to my blog to both further my own research and fulfill class requirements. Don’t worry, it won’t be super-serious or anything.

Make sure to come back Wednesday as I start a NEW weekly feature. YAY!

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MVWL – Kimberly Hennessy

Happy Friday!! Here is my biweekly addition to my viewing “wish list”. Enjoy!!

Kimberly Hennessy: Seriously? What is there not to love about this? Streamers! Almost a year ago today I was introduced to Hennessy’s work. Be sure to check out her website to see more.

“Spiral Beach House”
Aqueous media on paper, tape, streamers, contact paper, rugs, envelopes
Size varies
2010
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Have you seen any of Hennessy’s work in person? What did you think?

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my viewing “wish list” is a bi-weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.

NOTE: All of the images above are from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (megan@megancharland.com) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.

MVWL – HHD_FUN

Happy Monday!! Here is my biweekly addition to my viewing “wish list”. Enjoy!!

HHD_FUN: Wow. To think this structure by HHD_FUN is only temporary! I would LOVE to be able to visit this site in person. As if the outside wasn’t cool enough? Inside there is an interactive video art installation as well.


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[as seen on The Fox Is Black]

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my viewing “wish list” is a bi-weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.

NOTE: All of the images above are from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (megan@megancharland.com) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.

MVWL – Shannon Rankin

Happy Friday!! Here is my biweekly addition to my viewing “wish list”. Enjoy!!

Shannon Rankin: Rankin is inspired by maps. On her website she states, “Maps inspire me. They are made of paper. They are beautifully detailed. They are so often ephemeral in both meaning and form. They are the everyday metaphors that speak to the fragile and transitory state of our lives and surroundings.” I love maps. I love paper. I love details. Gee, wonder why I am so drawn to Rankin’s work? I really enjoy her Polar Regions series. Be sure to check out her website to view more!

“Plot (l)”
Map, acrylic, pins, adhesive, paper
15″ x 15″
2010
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“Plot (I)”
Detail
Map, acrylic, pins, adhesive, paper
15″ x 15″
2010
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[as seen on BOOOOOOOM!]

Have you seen any of Rankin’s work in person? What did you think?

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my viewing “wish list” is a bi-weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.

NOTE: All of the images above are from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (megan@megancharland.com) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.

MVWL – Mark Kasumovic

Happy Monday!! Here is my biweekly addition to my viewing “wish list”. Enjoy!!

Mark Kasumovic: I recently was going through the list of speakers for the SPE Conference this year and came across Kasumovic’s work. My interest was peeked with his I Can Hear You Humming series. Be sure to check out his website to see more of his work. I know I’m looking forward to hearing him talk about it in March!

“Suburbs #1 – Toronto, Ontario”
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Have you seen any of Kasumovic’s work in person? What did you think?

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my viewing “wish list” is a bi-weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.

NOTE: All of the images above are from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (megan@megancharland.com) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.

MVWL – Sarah Anne Johnson

Happy Friday!! Here is my biweekly addition to my viewing “wish list”. Enjoy!!

Sarah Anne Johnson: I love Johnson’s Arctic Wonderland images. “Triangle” is by far my favorite. The presence of the smooth triangular shape is in a nice juxtaposition with the white mountains (icebergs?) emerging from that smooth dark water. I really enjoy the overall tones in this piece. Lovely.

[from left to right, clockwise]

“Triangle”
Chromogenic print, embossing, screen print
16 x 24”
2010
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“Dark Cloud”
Chromogenic print, photospotting ink, acrylic ink, gouache and india ink
18 x 27”
2010
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“Black Box”
Chromogenic print, photospotting ink, acrylic ink, gouache and india ink
16 x 24”
2010
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“Dripping Fireworks”
Chromogenic print, photospotting ink, acrylic ink, gouache and india ink
28 X 42”
2010
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Have you seen any of Johnson ‘s work in person? What did you think?

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my viewing “wish list” is a bi-weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.

NOTE: All of the images above are from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (megan@megancharland.com) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.

MVWL – Noemie Goudal

Happy Monday!! Here is my biweekly addition to my viewing “wish list”. Enjoy!!

Noemie Goudal: LOVE these photographs/installations. Be sure to check out Goudal’s website to view more work.

“Les Amants (Jetée)”
Colour Photograph
168 x 190 cm and 111 x 125 cm
2009
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[as seen on Poppytalk]

Have you seen any of Goudal’s work in person? What did you think?

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my viewing “wish list” is a bi-weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.

NOTE: All of the images above are from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (megan@megancharland.com) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.