ARTSPEAK

ARTSPEAK

(language)
An early simple language for plotter graphics.

["The Art of Programming, ARTSPEAK", Henry Mullish, Courant Inst (Nov 1974)].
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Picture this Look Photo Biennial is returning with a focus on the how "we see the world through lenses, screens, culture, contexts" - which sounds a bit artspeak, but, if past festivals are anything to go by, this will be one to look out for.
Descriptions of artists' lives and work are authoritative and written in unadorned, easily accessible prose, avoiding esoteric artspeak. Norton-Sinell is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide to the Bay Area's frescoes and has created a useful resource that art aficionados, tourists, and regional history buffs alike can use and enjoy.
LAHORE -- ArtSpeak, a Lahore Biennale event, was held at the Alhamra Art Center, The Mall, on Thursday.
Harris-Babou remixes aspirational languages that, in turn, have the ring of political speech, retail advertising, and artspeak. In the video, we see her make tools from clay, dysfunctional objects she attempts to use in a kind of absurdist performance.
artSPEAK is a public programme, first initiated by the Lahore Biennale Foundation in 2015 to provide a platform for critical discourse on diverse topics of interest to creative practitioners.
For more information, call ArtSpeak at 603-512-3953 or email artspeakportsmouth@gmail.com.
If you claim that art is expensive and requires maneuvering through sophisticated galleries and understanding even more sophisticated artspeak, then you're largely correct.
She was Curator at the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto (2011-12), Director/Curator of Artspeak, Vancouver (2004-10), and Assistant Curator at the Vancouver Art Gallery (2001-04).
"Yes, I like showing in galleries but it's exciting to show work to people who are not versed in 'artspeak' and say quite bluntly what they think.
Schulman is also a co-host and producer of ArtSpeak Radio on 90.1 FM, KKFI, Kansas City Community Radio (ww.kkfi.org).
ArtSpeak: A Guide to Contemporary Ideas, Movements, and Buzzwords, 1945 to the Present, 3rd Edition
There's a wealth of work related to sound and music, including an installation by Madgi Mostafa (exploring the contradictions of Friday routines in Cairo), a performance by Wael Shawky (featuring 32 qawwali singers who translate artspeak into Urdu songs) and Angelica Mesiti's ardent four-screen video portrait of traditional musicians from Algeria, Cameroon, Mongolia and Sudan.