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READ THIS TEXT Travis Jeppesen | review | 01.03.2005
READ THIS TEXT
Text Ground Curated by Cosmi Costinas Display Gallery, 04.28 -05.17 The first thing you see upon entering the gallery are the following words written on the back wall in neon orange spray paint by Mircea Cantor: COLLECTIVE MEMORY ITEMS + LAYERED REALITY SPECULATIVE UNDERSTANDING DISCIPLINARY INFUSION SYSTEMATIC ASSOCIATIONS CONFIRMED MODELS = ? A huge block of blue paint covers the wall to…
Travis Jeppesen | commentary | 01.02.2005
ON THE EXPULSION OF THE FRIENDLESS WARRIOR
Why do we read art magazines? Sorry, but it’s a question that needs to be asked every now and then, as the answer seems to change over time according to one’s position, status, and relationship to the rest of the so-called art world, if such a world actually exists. Do we read in search of some projection of our selves on the glossy pages? To keep abreast of the latest trends so we don’t feel…
Blalla’s Blasphemy: Rediscovering Travis Jeppesen | profile | 01.02.2005
BLALLA’S BLASPHEMY: REDISCOVERING
Earth is a sickening foam mattress………climb into my dreamboat of love, of madonna’s shit……….I can give water to everyone………congrats from us over here to you over there…….images on the borders of pain. Blalla W. Hallman, Blalla’s Cosmic Inspirations Were it not for the inherent injustice of the world, the very injustice that Blalla W. Hallman railed against in his vitriolic paintings, Hallman…
Some Steps Towards the Reconstruction of Reality Travis Jeppesen | sound art | 01.04.2004
SOME STEPS TOWARDS THE RECONSTRUCTION OF REALITY
Integrated Music, Ars Morta Universum a Metaphysics of Confrontation As artists, it is nearly impossible to decipher their intent, let alone begin to classify their activities under any established category. “Art,” “music,” “performance” all lose their implicit meanings when you begin to apply them to the artists associated with the mysterious Prague-based umbrella organization known as Ars…
Ambitious Curators Needed Immediately Travis Jeppesen | commentary | 01.01.2004
AMBITIOUS CURATORS NEEDED IMMEDIATELY
At the moment, the biggest problem plaguing the Czech art scene is an astounding lack of curatorial vision and leadership. For evidence, one has to look no further than the overabundance of national surveys of contemporary art that we’re constantly subjected to, and are by now entirely bored with. One month it’s contemporary art from Croatia, the next month it’s Australian, the next month it’s…
Burnt Toast and Broken Satellites: The Art of Jan Jakub Kotík Travis Jeppesen | profile | 01.01.2004
BURNT TOAST AND BROKEN SATELLITES: THE ART OF JAN JAKUB KOTÍK
Like a lot of young artists, 32-year-old Jan Jakub Kotík started out as a musician, playing with a number of indie rock bands in New York after finishing his art studies at the prestigious Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, where he was a student of Hans Haacke. He actually quit making art altogether for a few years after school, focusing all of his energy on music. Then he…
Sleepwalking in Berlin Travis Jeppesen | biennale in Berlin | 01.01.2004
SLEEPWALKING IN BERLIN
After a night of heavy drinking, I crawled out of an uncomfortable hostel bed, somewhat ready to make my way over to the nearby KunstWerke, one of the two main venues for this year’s installment of the Berlin Biennale. Over breakfast, we sifted through the contents of the press packet. This year’s artistic director, Ute Meta Bauer’s unique conception is to organize the berlin biennale (I learn…
STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND Travis Jeppesen | report | 01.03.2003
STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND
"As Martin Zet noted in these pages some months ago, contemporary artists are increasingly forced into accepting the status of nomad in order to survive. In terms of the local art scene, the implications of this are more specific. The Western foreigners who began flocking here after the fall of communism, particularly the Americans, largely came in possession of two things: large quantities of…

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