A public service announcement for the MaFiA at CalArts

 

Larissa Brantner James The Crucible (2011) Lightjet Print (Framed) 24” x 36” (1/10) $400

Larissa Brantner James
The Crucible (2011)
Lightjet Print (Framed)
24” x 36” (1/10)
$400

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Guiyoung Hwang Tools of Seperation (2011) Digital Print 34” x 23.5”  (Unframed) $100

Guiyoung Hwang
Tools of Seperation (2011)
Digital Print
34” x 23.5”  (Unframed)
$100

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Andrea Franco Caletty Using the Car Radio (2011) Archival Pigment Print (Mounted) 16” x 20” (1/5) $200

Andrea Franco
Caletty Using the Car Radio (2011)
Archival Pigment Print (Mounted)
16” x 20” (1/5)
$200

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Mary Hill
Action Drawings (3,4, & 5) (2012)
Gouache on Paper (Framed
14” x 11”
$100 (1/3)

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Joe Zorrilla Anticipating High Tide (2012) Paper Book (Edition 50) 6.25” x 9.5” $10 (1/10)

Joe Zorrilla
Anticipating High Tide (2012)
Paper Book (Edition 50)
6.25” x 9.5”
$10 (1/10)

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Daniel Regenstreif Axe Folkloric Faraday Cage (2012) Bird Cage, kit-based model, Thread, paint, steel, brass mesh 8” x 8” x 17” $200

Daniel Regenstreif Axe
Folkloric Faraday Cage (2012)
Bird Cage, kit-based model,
Thread, paint, steel, brass mesh
8” x 8” x 17”
$200

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Robbie Nock Untitled (2011) Archival Inkjet Print (Unframed) 7” x 40”  $350

Robbie Nock
Untitled (2011)
Archival Inkjet Print (Unframed)
7” x 40”
$350

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Krista Buecking Progress (ashtray) (2011) Paper Clay .75” x 5” x 5” (varied edition) $100 (3 available)

Krista Buecking
Progress (ashtray) (2011)
Paper Clay
.75” x 5” x 5” (varied edition)
$100 (3 available)

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Esther Pearl Watson A Good Radio DJ (2012) Graphite, Acrylic and Glitter on Acid Free Paper (Framed) 20” x 25” $400

Esther Pearl Watson
A Good Radio DJ (2012)
Graphite, Acrylic and Glitter
on Acid Free Paper (Framed)
20” x 25”
$400

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Good luck with your fundraiser and also with your upcoming thesis exhibitions.
My apologies that your images appear much smaller on my site than on yours. The site you set up grabs its images from a Tumblr site, where they have 1280 megapixels in width. Notes has allows only 640, or easily anyway – I could expand images but that takes figuring via trial and error. Imagine the time.
Everything that I grabbed links directly back to your site. I like that I can grab html code from a site and re-host the site entirely rather than linking back to it. No one follows links, not really. There is something deeper in this act of re-hosting, I am not certain what it is but it pleases me. Hmm, something about freedom and questioning of autonomy and author(ity), sometime I will triangulate my feelings with what I think and come up with an answer.
Until that time I remain yours,
Geoff

1 Comment

  1. Thank you for the posting, the show went really well!

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