I forgot to post this back when it happened. Here's some music videos I like, thanks for looking and listening. Thanks to Julie for asking me to contribute!!
Alicia Nauta is
a super rad Toronto lady. She has sweet records and is a joy to hang
with. I am proud to call Alicia a Garbage Buddy. Here are her picks for
this edition of DJ Garbage Body’s Buddies. Enjoy, lovelies! xo DJ GB
Very angry and sad over the ongoing police brutality and systemic racism that allows black men, such as Michael Brown, not only to be murdered, but for their murderers to walk free. I made a poster that can be printed out and photocopied, please use it however you like, online or plastered up on the street.
it's 11" x 17" which is a standard size for most photocopiers, you can also resize it.
Soooo I am here in beautiful Berkeley, California for the month doing a residency, this is my first screenprint made at Kala. I've been very inspired by the plant life, with huge succulents just growing on ordinary street corners. You can't really tell from this image but the top is metallic bronze, I think this gradient looks like lifesaver candies.
Purify Your Air
I'm also working on lots of new collages made from source material found in Berkeley. Here are some of my favourites I've found from local thrift stores:
My project Thro Pillows on Clearance is part of OUGHT, an exhibition coming up at Xpace. I made an installation of a clearance section at Homesense, where my set of screenprinted throw pillows sit amongst abandoned, unwanted and marked down housewares.
Natalie Logan, 2014
November 21 -December 13, 2014
Opening Reception Friday, November 21st from 7-11pm
Xpace Cultural Centre
Artists Involved: Anna May Henry, Alicia Nauta, Natalie Logan, Madelene Veber, Meg Remy and Geetha Thurairajah Curated by: Joële Walinga
OUGHT compiles the variety of suggestions posed by parents to
their artist children in misguided attempts to support, encourage, or
simply understand. OUGHT exhibits the materialization of these
sometimes ridiculous ideas, as artists actually attempt to create or
fulfill what was suggested of them. The show illustrates examples of non
art-world or art-educated ideas of the function and aesthetic of art,
while simultaneously illuminating the underlying encouragements and
discouragements that exist at the foundation of the woman artist.