07 May 2011
16 January 2011
Daniel van der Velden - Metahaven speaks about redesigning WikiLeaks' visual identity and brand at the Symposium I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I Want To Be There at the from Graphic Design Museum on Vimeo.
A link to the posters
A link to the speakers Design Studio
A link to a story about this project in the NY Times
11 October 2010
30 September 2010
06 April 2010
30 March 2010
Cocktail Hour 2, © 2010 Andrew Cornell Robinson, Digital Color Print, H: 16 x W: 23. Apparel: Sigfrido Holguin, Photo: Michael Chiabaudo
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Please join me for the opening of Bloodlines, new work and collaborations by Andrew Cornell Robinson
Event dates and times:
Opening April 10, 2010 5pm - 8:30pm
Exhibition April 10 through May 2
Gallery Hours: Saturday - Sunday 12-6pm
Other times by appointment only
Eyelevel BQE Gallery
364 Leonard Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Cross Streets: Leonard and Meeker Streets near the BQE.
Subway: L train, Lorimer Station
© 2010 Andrew Cornell Robinson, Cocktail Hour 1, Digital Color Print, H: 16 x W: 23. Apparel: Sigfrido Holguin, Photo: Michael Chiabaudo
Excerpt from Press Release:
"Artist Andrew Cornell Robinson has collaborated with designers, artisans and photographers to create an installation which explores history, identity and class by resurrecting ancestral figures and casting them in a series of humorous queer scenarios. Robinson collaborated with fashion designer Sigfrido Holguin to bring to life Robinson's sixth great grandfather, a revolutionary war hero, and Holguin's great grandmother, a Dominican political radical. Couture costumes have been designed and hand crafted for each character which bring to life fictionalized narratives, visual taxonomies and sculptural heirlooms which will be on display for a revisionist history lesson. Works include photography, ceramic and mixed media sculpture, printing and apparel. Robinson's engagement with material and mythologies articulates his own revision of the world and points a light on assumptions of normalcy and power which we've inherited and continue to perpetuate today."