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Fabian Marcaccio Paintant Lab
Fabian Marcaccio disavows any interest in representation, decoration or the object, but focuses on process and methodology. He...
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Fabian Marcaccio describes how his early interest in taxidermy, dissection and comics led to his hybrid paintings of the 1990s....
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Fabian Marcaccio discusses his large-scale, free-standing Environmental Paintant works, from the late 1990s to an...
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Fabian Marcaccio concludes with a discussion of more recent work. He shows an experimental return to panel paintings in an...
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Andrew Atwood responds to comments from the audience about the broader intention of the installation, refining versus producing,...
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Hernan Diaz Alonso discusses with Andrew Atwood his installation in the SCI-Arc Gallery "... And Pedestals." Topics range from...
Thomas Demand In Conversation With Sylvia Lavin
Thomas Demand and Sylvia Lavin discuss his 2008 project Black Label, based on a bar in Kitakyushu, Japan,...
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Jimenez Lai presents an excerpt from his graphic novel Noah's Ark in Space as an introduction to his 2008 Phalanstery...

Fabian Marcaccio Paintant Lab

November 13, 2015 | Video Lecturer:
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Fabian Marcaccio disavows any interest in representation, decoration or the object, but focuses on process and methodology. He describes how his early interest in taxidermy, dissection and comics led to his “groundless” paintings that spilled out over the edge of the rectangle. From the late 1990s, his large-scale Environmental Paintant works–unlike traditional paintings–engage viewers in motion, as they walk along beside them. Unlike these abstract works, the “picto-photo-sculptural” Structural Canvas Paintant works employ representation, but filtered through his artistic influences and his life and media experiences. Marcaccio concludes with a discussion of his recent re-engineerings of longstanding visual motifs via 3D printing.

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Hernan Diaz Alonso introduces Fabian Marcaccio, aligning him with other distinguished painters from Rosario--Antonio Berni, Lucio...
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Fabian Marcaccio describes how his early interest in taxidermy, dissection and comics led to his hybrid paintings of the 1990s. He explored a “groundless” painting that spilled out of the edges of the panel. He disavows any interest in representation, decoration or the object, but instead focuses on process and methodology.


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Fabian Marcaccio concludes with a discussion of more recent work. He shows an experimental return to panel paintings in an installation as the Haus Esters, a spectacular environmental paintant installation in Rio, and his recent re-engineering visual motifs via 3D printing.


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Hernan Diaz Alonso discusses with Andrew Atwood his installation in the SCI-Arc Gallery “… And Pedestals.” Topics range from minimalism, organizing principles, intentional and unintentional detail. Atwood characterizes the project as an attempt to understand critically what an architectural installation might be today.


Thomas Demand In Conversation With Sylvia Lavin

Thomas Demand and Sylvia Lavin discuss his 2008 project Black Label, based on a bar in Kitakyushu, Japan,  Nagelhaus–a collaboration with the architecture firm Caruso St. John attempted to intervene in the degraded Escher-Wyss-Platz underneath an overpass in Zurich, his 2012 project The Dallies, in which Demand rented all the rooms on a floor of Harry Seidler’s Commercial Traveler’s Association building in Sydney, restored/renovated them, and installed a photograph in each room to reflect on the view. They concluded with the 2011 project Model Studies, in which Demand photographed models by John Lautner he discovered in a Getty Research Institute warehouse. Demand and Lavin respond to questions and comments from the audience about the status of Demand’s photographs as autonomous objects, the relevance of his subject matter.

 

 

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