12.05.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

I can’t believe I’m leaving for Hong Kong in less than a week! On May 20th Above Second gallery will host the first-ever exhibition of photos submitted to our Small Victories project. If you live in the area, you can RSVP the Facebook Event!

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Take a peek at a few of the photos below!

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05.05.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

I never thought I’d see the day I’d get more snail mail than email!

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29.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

I could use a letter opener machete right about now.

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27.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

I am overwhelmed by the amazing work that continues to show up here! One package even came in from Kathmandu, Nepal (Cheers Gaurav)! You only have 3 more days left to submit.

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23.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

More snail mail! You have one more week to submit.

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19.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

I think I owe my mailman a beer, sorry bro! You have until the end of April to submit to Small Victories. Do it, do it.

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13.04.10 by Jeff

Small Victories / Update

Envelopes continue to show up for our Small Victories project and I am more and more amazed at the work being submitted. It is going to be a fun show! You have two more weeks to submit!

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26.03.10 by Jeff

An Immaterial Survey of Our Peers

Brad Troemel’s latest project with Lauren Christiansen is as much an art piece as it is an art show. An Immaterial Survey of Our Peers is a series of images of an exhibition that never took place. The work in the show has been composited into images of an empty gallery. A lot of Troemel’s work, most notably his blog Jogging, raises questions about our physical interaction with art in a digital age. The images below appear to be documentations of physical objects but it is the images themselves that are the final products.

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