Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Darlene Charneco, take a closer look

Inpsired by mapping tools and computer gaming design. Meeting points between real and virutal worlds. See more of her work: http://www.darlenecharneco.com/

Cheery Bloosom Woods, 2007

Virtual Migration, 2007

From Above

1 comment:

Patricia said...

I visited the Perelman Building annex of the Philadelphia Museum of Art this past weekend. We were there briefly because it was close to closing hour. I tucked into a small gallery on the run and found a small show of artworks with the theme of mapping but it is not listed on the museum's webpage.

Here is a list of most of the artists:
Rirkrit Tiravanija,(Further East) 1999. The object was a parasol with a map of their cross country journey drawn on it; Julie Mehretu, Entropia, 2004 Screenprint and litho; Richard Long, Dorset Song Lines, 1991, printed text; Susan L. Moore, Fidelity, 2002, Platinum print;and Rafael Ferrer, Map 1974, crayon, graphite, mylar, map.

I just thought that I would share.