humanity returns to once contaminated cities unfamiliar and uneducated in regards to "so called" civilized society many generations later with only stories and fables to guide them. how would they react? how would they survive? how would they utilize the remnants from the past? without practical knowledge what, when ,where and how would they use what they find?
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
that make them feel (collectively) like they need to meet up at Border's bookstore, in Mission Valley, in the Arts section, in a secluded corner, under a table, and talk quietly. One of them may sneak in a flask full of red wine. And a video will be made.
Friday, July 23, 2010
(We still like the Apple Store more...)
N-GOM: Guy Lombardo, Anjela Piccard and Katherine Sweetman
Guy Lombardo’s background is in painting, printmaking, 3-dimensional design, photography, experimental video and film. After completing his dual-undergraduate studies at Southwestern College and SDSU; Counseling and Clinical Psychology and Applied Arts, he continued research into the Psychology of Color and Space in reference to; Micro motives /Macro behavior, the affect of primitive/ contemporary archetypes on social well being, Green Lighting and Design, Feng Shui, natural plants remedies and more. Guy describes himself as a “de-constructivist” undoing the “Prescribed” notion of art and the creative process in an attempt to discover and create in a new and exciting, innovative direction.
Anjela Piccard is an avant-garde jewelry designer, stylist, gallerist and partner of Planet Rooth Studios Gallery, the founder of ETT productions, an original visionary of "The new Factory movement", a social activist and speaker on behalf of Outsider Art. Her work as a curator and events planner ranges from International Fine Art Exhibitions to High Fashion Runway shows. As a fine artist and jewelry designer her work has been shown locally as well as internationally. Piccard continues to create innovative works in High Fashion through various mediums, bravely pushing the boundaries of ART & CULTURE to the brink of raw curiosity.
Katherine Sweetman is a filmmaker, writer, and nationally and internationally exhibited artist in the fields of new media art and documentary video. She has an MFA in visual arts from the University of California, San Diego, a BA in Arts and Technology from California State University, San Marcos, and a certificate from the New School University, New York. She has taught visual media courses at UCSD, SDSU, California State, San Marcos, and Southwestern College. She is the former director of Lui Velazquez gallery in Tijuana, and she currently works at the 3D Film Production company, PassmoreLab, in San Diego.