14 November 2010: Daily Practice For The Week

Alex Moscoso Española, Houdini Box (Interment Red Number 2), 2010, acrylic on recycled clothes, on twine, on recycled box containing three small sculptures. Houdini Box and Interment Vessels contain artworks destined for transmaterialization and decoupling from present structures.

 

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Houdini Box (Interment Green Number 1), 2010, acrylic on canvas on twine on recycled box containing artworks destined for transmaterialization and decoupling from present structures.

 Houdini Box (Interment Green Number 1) contains the following artworks: Commercial Vessel: Twin Towers, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, bottles of United American Tiki Tiki and Cherifer drops, 4x5x2.5in. ; Commercial Vessel: Green Tea, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, box of Lipton Green Tea, 2.5x3x2.5in. ; Commercial Vessel: Lightbulb, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, GE 5W Lightbulb and box.

 

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, William Hogarth (10 nov 1697-26 oct 1764), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x11in.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Ken Kesey (17 sept 1935-10 nov 2001), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x11in

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Vessel (Interment Red Number 1), 2010, contains the following artworks inside a 20 liter plastic box: 1.) Yellow Green (Vessel For One) , 2010, acrylic on bamboo sticks, cardboard, canvas, and used plastic bottle, size variable; 2.) Maquette For Red Tiki (Vessel For Three) , 2010, acrylic on bamboo sticks, cardboard, canvas, and recycled Tiki Tiki Multivitamins bottle, size variable; 3.) Natural Vessel: Red Rock Yellow Vessel, 2010, acrylic on rock, bamboo sticks, cardboard, 8x5x1.5in. All physical artworks created in 2010 will be interred at an undisclosed site on the last day of 2010, as a project that will complete the cycle of trans/de/materialization of physical works, and to pave way for its virtualization onto cyberspace.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Houdini Box (Interment Blue Number 2), 12 november 2010, acrylic on recycled clothes, twine, recycled box containing artworks destined for transmaterialization and decoupling from present structures. Houdini Box (Interment Blue Number 2) contains the following artworks: 1.) Commercial Vessel: Tendercare, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, box of Tendercare Soap, 5x5x1.5in.; 2.) Commercial Vessel: Mosquito Coils, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, box of Lion-Tiger Katol, 6x6x1.5in.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Vessel (Interment Blue Number 1), 2010, contains the following artworks inside a 20 liter plastic box: 1.) Commercial Vessel: Face Cream, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, Chin Chan Su Face Cream, 2x3x1in., 2.) Commercial Vessel: Shaving Kit, 2010, acrylic on cardboard, shaver, shaving foam, and box, 5x5x1in., 3.) Commercial Vessel: Slimming Tea, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, a box of Triple Leaf Ultra Slim Herbal Tea, 5x8x3in., 4.) Commercial Vessel: Facial Pearl Creme, 2010, acrylic on paperboard, Oseur Facial Pearl Creme, 3x2x1in., 5.) Maquette for a Floating Village, 2010, acrylic on bamboo and empty ink cartridges, 6.) Sardinas Ng Artista, 2010, 1 Ligo Sardines Green. All physical artworks created in 2010 will be interred at an undisclosed site on the last day of 2010, as a project that will complete the cycle of trans/de/materialization of physical works, and to pave way for its virtualization onto cyberspace.

 

 

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Transmissions from an island somewhere in the Philippines. Integrating daily art practice & other initiatives from the physical world down to virtual space. To see my daily artworks, you can visit my site at: http://dailypractice.tumblr.com http://brownskinartist.multiply.com
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