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[dnasab] - Extreme feats of the New York New Aesthetic (sic)

October 4th, 2012 • Paul H-O
DNASAB Colliding - Disney
[dNASAb] (above) "Screenscaping the Pixelsphere" Video Sculpture , 2012 (1) 19" LED screen, (3) 4" LCD screens, pigmented plastic prints, clear plastic, wire, glass, crystal, foam,aluminum, resin, mirrors, fiber optics, media player, L.E.D's, 1 of 1 1080p HD video w. audio

featuring artists: Pedro Barbeito, [dNASAb], Cliff Evans, Carla Gannis, Shane Hope, Michael Rees, John F. Simon Jr., Vargas-Suarez Universal, Oliver Warden, and Marius Watz curated by: [dNASAb] in collaboration with Frederieke Taylor Gallery

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The show to see, hear and marvel. On exhibition until October 7, 2012. "Colliding Complexities" @ storefrontbushwick. Artist Disney Nasa Borg =[dnasab] embodies this wild claim, but he throws it down and scores big. His work embodies the recognition factor blown to bits. It's a group show that Disney curated, documented, honed messages heated up in his video trailer, and literally hung the show (more than ably assisted by partner Desiree Konian). All the work in the show is strong and supports the idea that we've moved into the digital era century and artists of all persuasions have been at the forefront of the medium that changed everything. It's not new as much as it is boldly going into space, inside and out, literally and figuratively.

The collision is that we have a generation of artists now that didn't know what life was like before Apple, MS, or Gameboy. DNasaB mixes the art generations with a smooth physicality that transitions from the front of the gallery to the back. The attraction of painting, sculpture, and photography explodes in the farthest darkest cranny of the gallery. It's the glittering nightmare of the apocalyptic, a Blade Runner passion to push relentlessly in love and hate and madness until it's a smoldering wreck, flickering LED's sizzle cooly in the darkness. It's alive. Don't piss it off, but definitely try to see it in this formula, in the real. But what's real? What's time and distance between friends? Link up and see all the work and the artists speaking bumping colliding informing at times chaotically.

H-O 9/28/12

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"Colliding Complexities-Extreme feats of the New York-New Aesthetic” http://newaestheticism.tumblr.com/ September 21st-October 7th 2012, Curated by [dNASAb] in collaboration with the Frederieke Taylor Gallery PRATT Department of Digital Arts is hosting a Panel Discussion “Colliding Complexities-NewYork-New Aesthetic”, on Oct. 2nd,,2012. 6:30-8:30 pm. StorefrontBushwick 16 Wilson Avenue, Brooklyn,NY 11237

The Mercer Street Medical Case (v1 part 1) 3:40

November 7th, 2011 • Paul H-O

Popular Doctor for New York's Creative Community Gets Booted by Greedy Landlord

My version of Dr. House is real. New documentary at square two is in reality in pre-production, a drama with 27 hours of real-time video about Dr. Daryl Isaacs, the uniquely brilliant and prolific internist, gives me his story of the struggle with the American medical establishment fix - all specialists and no GP's. He demonstrates in check form the insanity of "for profit health insurance' companies", Isaacs' massive patient load, and the surprising facts behind his inclusion in the hit film - SUPERSIZE ME, by then documentary director, Morgan Spurlock.


The Mercer Street Medical Case begins as a New York real estate nightmare, because Daryl Isaacs loses the lease on his medical practice and must move by the end of May. It was April and I began shooting the  more »

Versailles Tourists Not So Into Murakami

September 10th, 2010 • Paul H-O
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From a big-bosomed French maid to a Pepsi-guzzling monster, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami's outlandish manga visions overwhelm the Chateau of Versailles, and not everyone is happy.  Check out the full story here.

Classic GB - Big Teeth Chomp Brooklyn Museum

January 5th, 2010 • Paul H-O
The (now) Brooklyn Art Museum is famous for it's XXL rotunda that generally locates the new art installations and in this case it's artist Rona Pondick that uses the sprawling  more »