Roped In

Orly Genger’s HURLYBURLY by H.C. Arnold Some of the best works of art don’t necessarily draw attention to themselves. Instead, they accentuate the world around them. They create a place of awareness, not just about the space they occupy, but also the viewer’s place within that area. Not so much a backdrop against which life … Continue reading Roped In

FREE YOUR MIND

YLA 21: AMEXICAN@ at Mexic-Arte Museum reviewed by Rachel Koper Now in its 21st year, the Young Latino Artists (YLA) exhibition continues to provide experience and exposure for emerging Latina/o artists. YLA 21: Amexican@ at Mexic-Arte was curated by San Antonio artist David Shek Vega, a prolific mural artist and director of Gravelmouth Gallery. I … Continue reading FREE YOUR MIND

BEYOND BENDING

Broadening Horizons in Robotic-Assisted Architecture by Joel Nolan In his trip to South America, Bruce Chatwin, acclaimed British travel writer, encountered Maria Reiche, a German archeologist walking the desert carrying an aluminum ladder on her shoulder. She was there studying the Nazca Lines, a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in Southern … Continue reading BEYOND BENDING