posts tagged installation

9/12/17 // Alison Kudlow

Alison Kudlow is a New York-based artist whose multi-displinary practice explores how materiality impacts our experience of light. | listen

9/5/17 // Resa Blatman

Resa Blatman is an interdisciplinary Massachusetts-based artist whose work considers issues of climate change and its effect on our landscape and natural resources. She stated that her work… | listen

8/1/17 // Gretchen Scherer

Gretchen Schere is New York-based artist whose work with paint and collage re-creates interior spaces that speak to our subconscious dreams. She received her MFA from Hunter College in 2006 and her… | listen

11/28/16 // Luminaries Brookfield Place

This week BTR went to check out “Luminaries" at Brookfield Place, a mesmerizing light installation designed by LAB at Rockwell Group. | read

11/24/16 // ENCORE: The Swings At Brookfield Place

Arts Brookfield brings art to public spaces in many cities around the World. Debra Simon, Vice President of Arts Brookfield talks about a recent installation called The Swings: An exercise in Musical… | watch

8/31/16 // The Swings At Brookfield Place

Arts Brookfield brings art to public spaces in many cities around the World. Debra Simon, Vice President of Arts Brookfield talks about a recent installation called The Swings: An exercise in Musical… | watch

3/22/16 // Dana Sherwood

Artist Dana Sherwood is interested in the boundaries between the domestic and the wild. She is particularly known for work that involves preparing elaborate meals for animals and documenting the ensuing feasts with hidden motion-sensitive cameras. | listen

12/8/15 // Orlando Estrada

This week on the show I speak with multi-media artist Orlando Estrada. Orlando creates installations, sculptures, and performances inspired by his years living in Florida, his background in queer theory, and experiences he had growing up in a family of spiritual mediums. | listen

11/16/15 // "Scenario In The Shade" at Red Bull Studios

BTR went to check out “Scenario In The Shade"--an immersive installation created by artists Jonah Freeman, Justin Lowe and Jennifer Herrema. | read

7/20/15 // NYC's Highbridge Park

Highbridge Park recently reopened to the public, allowing pedestrians to stroll from northern Manhattan into the South Bronx. BTR stopped by this spot on a sultry summer day to walk across the High Bridge (of the greater park’s namesake). The height of the structure offered a fine vantage point to… | read

3/17/15 // Art Uncovered - Tega Brain

Australian artist Tega Brain is interested in re-imagining the systems, infrastructures, and networks that govern our technologically enhanced world. In her works she's converted data into smells, searched for signs of climate change in images on Flickr, and constructed a hybrid eco-system that… | listen

10/16/14 // Geo-Art from ‘Iceland’

‘Iceland: Artists Respond to a Place’ mixes media to illustrate the earthly experience. | read

7/17/14 // Shining Light on “Shades of Time”

An exhibit of Korean-American artists shows lines of experimentation or preservation. | read

7/3/14 // Korean Artistic Unison

The 'KOREA' exhibit at Brooklyn’s FiveMyles combines contributions from the North and South. | read

5/10/14 // Curvy Mirror Transparency at the Met

Dan Graham’s new installation is up at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. | read

4/8/14 // Swoon: Submerged Motherlands - Blue Week

An artistic interpretation of when the blue waters rise. | read

3/29/13 // Nick Cave Gets HEARD in NY - PHOTOBLOG

A new art exhibition from Nick Cave! (But not THAT Nick Cave.) | read

7/17/12 // Art Uncovered - Fernando Orellana

That's Artist Fernando Orellana and he thinks he just may have a device to help the ghost among us reconnect with the world of the living | listen

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