Glenn Walls – SUPER MEAT DISCO GRID

Pandemic Architecture

Posted in Uncategorized by Super on September 25, 2020

Glenn Walls. Architecture that kills. Pencil on paper. 2020. 21 x 29 cms

Glenn Walls. I think we fucked up. (Theo Van Doesburgh, Contra-Construction: project for a private house. Axonometric. 1923). Pencil on paper. 2020. 21 x 29 cms

Glenn Walls. They. Pencil on paper. 2020. 21 x 29 cms

Glenn Walls. Out & Proud. (R. Buckminster Fuller. Dymaxion House Plan, 1927). Pencil on paper. 2020. 21 x 29 cms

Glenn Walls. Art does not kill people (From a painting found in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam). Pencil on paper. 2020. 21 x 29 cms

Glenn Walls. A Queer Perspective. Pencil on paper. 2020. 21 x 29 cms

How to Avoid Modernism – Ulises Carrión

Posted in How to Avoid odernism -Ulises Carrión by Super on December 3, 2012

Carrion 6

How to Avoid Modernism – Ulises Carrión

Pencil on Graph paper. 2012

Ulises Carrión is credited with being one of the first artists to write a general theory about artists’ books. His influential essay, ‘The New Art of Making Books,’ written in 1975, analyzes the traditional form of books in the context its tactile, visual, and intellectual merits. Carrión’s work with visual and concrete poetry expanded the use of the book as a medium for artistic expression that uses the page as an alternative gallery space.

The above information is taken from the following website:

http://www.library.vcu.edu/jbc/speccoll/davidetcarrion.html