Gaia by Awee Abelador found a computer motherboard and painted the found object
with a futuristic look.
The found object
is completely inconsistent with the query (Fig.
FROM DUCHAMP TO GARBAGE: THE LEGACY OF THE FOUND OBJECT
The Appleton will receive a $10,000 grant to support "Metamorphosis," an exhibit of found object
sculptures by Michelle Stitzlein.
Running through May 13, the exhibition includes figurative painting, pastel drawing, urban cityscapes, found object
mosaics and sculpture.
The book itself has the appearance of a found object
using a scrapbook style of presentation with the text appearing as if typed on scraps of paper roughly taped onto the page.
Also, the newly found object
, along with Pluto, may be one of many objects residing in the Kuiper belt.
Best known for her found object
media sculptures that reflect the past and memory, Kokin addresses various aspects of the human condition and longing for days gone by.
Often, he presents a single item of this sort as a found object
Calculations by Syuichi Nakano, working at the Harvard Smithsonian Center, have revealed not only that the newly found object
and HAPAG are one and the same, but also that HAPAG appears on several photographic plates taken in the 1950s and 1980s, though it was not identified at the time.
Both, however, are mainly deployed in service of a regime of the found object
, suggesting in particular those early conceptual riffs on the form of the photoessay, such as Smithson's "A Tour of the Monuments of Passaic, New Jersey" (1967) and Dan Graham's "Homes for America" (1966)--with which so-called advanced art began the exodus first out of the gallery, then out of New York City as the second "capital of modern art.
Cut: Film as Found Object
in Contemporary Video," curated by Stefano Basilico, attempts to plot the current value of one strand of the collage aesthetic through a selection of recent video art constructed from preexisting film footage.