Winsor & Newton has returned to its roots through the Griffin programs, where artists and scientists benefit from each other’s expertise and perspective.
When she encountered a dilapidated parking structure in London, artist Corrie Baldauf saw a gold zero in her mind. Then she undertook a large collaboration to make it reality.
DETROIT — It’s an art world convention for conceptual art to be disruptive, or at least leave the viewer feeling unsettled, somewhat uncomfortable.
DETROIT — There seem to be two prevailing schools of thought among artists about process.
DETROIT — How often is an artist willing to introduce an element of chance to her solo gallery opening?
DETROIT — When a tweet from @CorrieBaldauf breaks into your Twitterstream, it is captivating and disorienting for a number of reasons. More often than not, she is live-tweeting her progress through her latest iteration of the Infinite Jest Project, an exercise in literature, obsession, and social media that Baldauf has been working on since 2013.