SPACESHIP EARTH
Sunday, May 1, 2011
The more advanced science gets, the closer it is to art. The more advanced art gets, the closer it is to science.
Richard Buckminster Fuller, one of the most influential architects, inventor,
 
Emergent 12
Friday, February 4, 2011
Since the mid-1950s, Los Angeles has been a hotbed of new art and groundbreaking galleries, museums, and alternative art spaces. Throughout Southern California and the greater LA area are pockets of
 
Claremont Modernism
March 6 - May 30, 2010
 
"Claremont Modernism - Art + Architecture in the Southern California Foothills”  features over 50 works of art and design, including painting and sculptures by some of the regions most notable
 
TECHNORGANIC - Evolutionary Art + Design
6/30/10
JUNE 30 – AUGUST 29, 2010
 
OBJCT Gallery is pleased to announce our latest exhibition addressing the faltering dichotomy that is the intersection of art and design, where theory meets spontaneous
 
technorganic - part one
March 13 - April 24, 2010
“Bio-design” is the antitheses of “hi-tech design”. While is may not conform to linguistic rules completely
it is intended to mean, “Design based on the truths presented by the living bodies found
 
a gallery concept that addresses the intersection between 
art + design, craft + technology, commerce + culture...      
 
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“Castle of Perseverance” Roland Reiss 1978
Re-Appropriate: Thinking Beyond Appropriation
January 9 through February 27, 2010
The term appropriation refers to the idea of borrowing and using recycled objects to create a new and in the case here, useful objects.  What we are seeing however is a shift in why these materials are being used by artists and designers today; contemplating materials as more than a way to represent an idea but as a way to think about issues that are larger and outside of the basic realm of design and art.  Issues of sustainability and environmental consciousness are beginning to infiltrate new design elements with the intention of rendering these “new” objects useful again.   Read More...