Post image for IMG MGMT: A Reflection on the “Spiritual Archeologist” Klaus Dona

I find his work annoying and frustrating, the presentation simple and slight. The ultimate aim is to misinform the already mindless—yet I love every one of these objects. I shouldn’t, but I do. To me, they represent the confusion and insanity of life, and give me hope that anyone’s misguided psychology can have something redeeming. I see a reflection of myself in Klaus.

Post image for Speculate, Replicate, Eradicate: The 3D Additivist Manifesto

Artistic speculations on matter and its digital destiny.

We’re offering awards to anyone who can watch the full 2:28 seconds of this video with the sound on. Hat tip: Avery K Singer

Post image for As Violent as Chimps: Alison Ruttan at the Chicago Cultural Center

Alison Ruttan’s work is about genetic destiny. Inside the three Michigan Avenue galleries of the Chicago Cultural Center, we see how human nature plays havoc with communities through two parallel series.

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Working Artists and the Greater Economy (W.A.G.E.) and the online publication art-agenda have announced a payment tool for online commissions and digital artworks, set to debut this spring. Where you live might determine how much you should get paid.