In Tishan Hsu’s work, the canvas becomes a television, a platform of multiple channels, where what channel to tune into is the viewer’s choice.
Brock Lownes is a Ph.D. student in the Art History department at Stony Brook University studying media aesthetics and the history of modern art. He lives between New York and Long Island.
The Illusive, Intimate Nature of Mary Corse’s Paintings
One must spend time with Corse’s paintings, which evolve depending on whether the paint applied to the canvas is thick or thin, whether the work is in natural or artificial light, and whether you are close or far away from the painting itself.