21 November 2010: Daily Practice For The Week

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Vessel (Interment Yellow Number 1), 15 november 2010, acrylic on recycled clothes, twine, and plastic crate. Contains the artist's paintings and sculptures inside a 20 liter plastic box. In the long-term, all physical artworks will be decommissioned and dematerialized at a yet undisclosed site/s. Archival digitization of artworks and its virtualization onto cyberspace is seen as the end stage in the cycle of transmaterializing art. In general, this project is geared towards the exploration of methods of decoupling from present systems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Francois Rodin (12nov1840-17nov1917), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x11in

 

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Isamu Noguchi (17nov1904-30dec1988), 2010, acrylic on paper, 8.5x11in

 

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Excess Baggage (Migrant Yellow Number 1), 18 November 2010, acrylic on recycled clothes, boxes containing 25 artworks on paper made by the artist in 2009. In the long-term, all physical artworks will be decommissioned and dematerialized at a yet undisclosed site/s. Archival digitization of artworks and its virtualization onto cyberspace is seen as the end stage in the cycle of transmaterializing art. In general, this project is geared towards the exploration of methods of decoupling from present systems.

 

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Excess Baggage (Migrant Blue Number 1), 19 November 2010, acrylic on recycled clothes, boxes containing the artist's personal effects and other objects of value. In the long-term, all physical artworks will be decommissioned and dematerialized at a yet undisclosed site/s. Archival digitization of artworks and its virtualization onto cyberspace is seen as the end stage in the cycle of transmaterializing art. In general, this project is geared towards the exploration of methods of decoupling from present systems.

 

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Excess Baggage (Migrant Red Number 1), 2010, acrylic on recycled clothes, children's chairs, boxes containing the artist’s personal effects and other objects of value. In the long-term, all physical artworks will be decommissioned and dematerialized at a yet undisclosed site/s. Archival digitization of artworks and its virtualization onto cyberspace is seen as the end stage in the cycle of transmaterializing art. In general, this project is geared towards the exploration of methods of decoupling from present systems.

(all photos on this post, copyright of the artist, Alexander Moscoso Española, 2010)

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About fARTiculate

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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