Road Agent, Dallas, TX • 09.07
Beastly Words explores the fundamental flaw of language as an expression of our deepest selves, and the contradictions of language as image.
Road Agent, Dallas, TX • 04.06
“Boys will be boys”— or so the saying goes. In Bradly Brown’s first exhibit at Road Agent, he offers theatrical photographs that toy with questions of how young men construct their identities as they gradually mature into adulthood.
Fairytale of New York
paint, thread, marker, ink
mixed media on chalk board
Sink or Swim
Scanned objects, 2006
Conduit, Dallas, TX • 06.02
15,540 Miles is an examination of distance and movement over time.The walls were tiled with cyanotype yearbook portraits of classmates printed on carpet. The portraits were hung blank, but as time passed, ghost like images appeared as the photo emulsion was exposed.
Sometimes things don’t go exactly as planned. Sometimes discoveries are made when plans fail.
Originally this was to be the first in a series of prints made from rusting metal. Rust, or iron oxides, is an electro-chemical reaction between iron and oxygen.
BROOKLYN, NY (November 2009)—Brave Brooklyn, presented by the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn (OSA) and curated in partnership with Trust Art, Outside the Time Zone and the Shiny Squirrel draws from the pioneering spark of artists who first moved to Northern Brooklyn over thirty years ago.
These days everyone is out looking for work. It always a good idea to have business cards on hand. In an attempt to explore these little Hand-Shakes-On-Card-Stock I’m making a new sheet of DIY cards every day this week. We’ll be in touch.
We can find out a lot about a person by looking at the things that surround them. The objects we posses help to define and categorize us. Individually the logo or brand represents the product but grouped together they create the identity of the individual.
As the compact disc approaches its obsolescence as a consumer item, the promise of “perfect sound forever” eclipsed in the blink of two decades, its shimmery surface and palm-sized economy have never been more purposeful as an artistic medium.
The first solid evidence of human use of fire is in Eurasia as early as 790,000 years ago. Several religions believe that the knowledge of how to make fire was passed down to man by God, either directly or via a rebellious angel or demigod.
Love’s Last Shift, or The Fool in Fashion is an English Restoration comedy by Colley Cibber from 1696.
A collusion of folk, blues, ethnic and modern classical methods, Fahey’s music suggests both the trickster and the shaman, and has attracted a cult of musician followers over the years, ranging from the ridiculous to the sublime.
A variety of sketches, selected at random, from an assortment of sketchbooks that I used over a period of time.
This is a little time lapse video I did with my friend and make-up artist, Belinda Zollo. Belinda and my better half Amanda Bruns, were shooting a fashion editorial
Instead it’s the tinkering with ideas and the brainstorming of new collections; it’s the process that gets him there and his methodical execution that keeps him coming back for more.
A few short videos created to study motion.
Pitting two architecture firms against each other in a timed construction duel, LVHRD sets the scene for another one of their infamous creative competitions. This year’s teams include the multi-disciplinary design practice Weiss/Manfredi versus the unconventional firm Front Studio.
“(CLL) PHN-LCKN ‘09 was not-so-secret cell-phone-experiment that took place at the new 92Y Tribeca this past January. The event, organized by LVHRD, was a group experiment encouraging socializing via text messaging.