The Feeling Of Being In A Room With A Television: An Essay by Morgan Hamilton on Tear It Up, Tear It Down

The Feeling Of Being In A Room With A Television was written by Morgan Hamilton in response to the Grizzly Grizzly exhibit, Tear It Up, Tear It Down.  The Featured animations and videos of Martha Colburn, Kelly Gallagher, and Kelly Sears are aggressively subversive in both content and form. Each artist tears up image and […]

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On Plasticity and Plate Tectonics: An Essay by Roksana Filipowska on the Digital Soft Exhibit at Grizzly Grizzly

On Plasticity and Plate Tectonics was written by Roksana Filipowsaka, in response to the recent four person show, Digital ≈ Soft, including work by Tim Cross, Cable Griffith, Rob Rhee, Susan Robb. Hailing from Seattle, the four Digital ≈ Soft artists demonstrate a way of working that is conceptually informed by contemporary digital realities and strongly […]

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