Craig Kalpakjian




New:

Teiger Mentor in the Arts at Cornell University

-also-

work included in:

The Sun Placed in The Abyss
at
The Columbus Museum of Art


recent:





Album available on Bandcamp!







earlier:




Solo Exhibition
at



March, 2016

part of: "Don't Make a Scene" - 11 Solo Exhibitions


Event-driven, Open loop, Continuous control, 2016
Dimensions variable
Inkjet print, Lighting truss, ViziBeam Hybrid 2R Intelligent Moving Head Spotlight.


The foundational gesture of systems theory is to distinguish an inside (the system) from an outside (the environment).

'Gentlemen' he would say, 'collect your thoughts and enter into yourselves. We are not at all concerned now with anything external, but only with ourselves.' And, just as he requested, his listeners really seemed to be concentrating upon themselves. Some of them shifted their position and sat up straight, while others slumped with downcast eyes. But it was obvious that they were all waiting with great suspense for what was supposed to come next. Then he would continue: 'Gentlemen, think about the wall.' And as I saw, they really did think about the wall, and everyone seemed able to do so with success. 'Have you thought about the wall?' he would ask. 'Now, gentlemen, think about whoever it was that thought about the wall.' The obvious confusion and embarrassment provoked by this request was extraordinary. In fact, many of the listeners seemed quite unable to discover anywhere whoever it was that had thought about the wall.


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a group exhibition featuring six artists whose work expands the field of photography. Dana Hoey, Miranda Lichtenstein, Craig Kalpakjian, Josh Tonsfeldt, Sara VanDerBeek, and Randy West will be represented with a combination of new and existing work (chosen by the artists themselves) that demonstrates their wide-ranging approaches to their art. Several of the featured artists make work that is considered photographic but is camera-less, while, for others, photography has laid the groundwork for the moving image or functions as a jumping-off point for sculptural investigations. With this small but diverse selection of artists, the exhibition will provoke an open-ended dialogue on the state of photography as an increasingly diversified medium that intersects and informs other fields of art making.










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