23 January 2011 post: Daily Practice For The Week

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Vertical: Grupo Ciencia, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: Science, acrylic emulsion, height: 30in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Lateral: Pares Amarillo (Grande), 2011, acrylic on old cloth, nylon twine, old shoes, length: 12in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Vertical: Grupo Anatomia, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: Anatomy & Physiology, acrylic emulsion, height: 13in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Lateral: Pares Azul (Media), 2011, acrylic on old cloth, nylon twine, old shoes, length: 8in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Vertical: Grupo Econ, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: Economy, acrylic emulsion, height: 39in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Lateral: Pares Rojo (Media), 2011, acrylic on old cloth, nylon twine, old shoes, length: 7in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Vertical: Navigation, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: Navigation, acrylic emulsion, height: 7in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Lateral: Pares Blanca (Grande), 2011, acrylic on old cloth, nylon twine, old shoes, length: 11in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Vertical: Art History, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: Art History, acrylic emulsion, height: 33in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Lateral: Pares Amarillo (Nina), 2011, acrylic on old cloth, nylon twine, old shoes, length: 8in.

 

 

Alex Espanola, Tension Forma Lateral: Pares Azul (Nino), 2011, acrylic on old cloth, nylon twine, old shoes, length: 6in.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Site:1700, January 2011 (variant 1), sculptures containing old books grouped under specific subject headings, old shoes, dimensions variable Installation exhibited at the artist’s family residence. All works in this series will be interred for transmaterialization before 1 February 2011.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Site:1700 (variant 2), January 2011, sculptures containing old books grouped under specific subject headings, old shoes, dimensions variable Installation exhibited at the artist’s family residence. All works in this series will be interred for transmaterialization before 1 February 2011.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Site:1700 (Field Variants), January 2011, sculptures containing old books grouped under specific subject headings, dimension: variable Installation at a vacant field in Paranaque City. All works in this series will be interred for transmaterialization before 1 February 2011.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Site:1700 (Field Variants), January 2011, sculptures containing old books grouped under specific subject headings, dimension: variable Installation at a vacant field in Paranaque City. All works in this series will be interred for transmaterialization before 1 February 2011.

 

 

Alex Moscoso Española, Interment Site:1700 (Field Variants), January 2011, sculptures containing old books grouped under specific subject headings, dimension: variable Installation at a vacant field in Paranaque City. All works in this series will be interred for transmaterialization before 1 February 2011.

 

 

(Intergrated Work Thread: Sculpture-Performance-Installation-Sculpture) The first work interred below ground: Tension Forma Vertical: Grupo History, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: History, acrylic emulsion, height: 12in. Located at a vacant lot in Paranaque City, an amount of earth approximate to the volume of the art object was exchanged or dis-placed. The process led me to two other works: Interment Site Displacements (Concrete/History), 2011, site-specific sculpture & installation Interment Site Displacements (Soil/History), 2011, soil, emulsion, 5x12x18in

 

 

(Intergrated Work Thread: Sculpture-Performance-Installation-Sculpture) The first work interred below ground: Tension Forma Vertical: Grupo History, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: History, acrylic emulsion, height: 12in. Located at a vacant lot in Paranaque City, an amount of earth approximate to the volume of the art object was exchanged or dis-placed. The process led me to two other works: Interment Site Displacements (Concrete/History), 2011, site-specific sculpture & installation Interment Site Displacements (Soil/History), 2011, soil, emulsion, 5x12x18in

 

 

(Intergrated Work Thread: Sculpture-Performance-Installation-Sculpture) The first work interred below ground: Tension Forma Vertical: Grupo History, 2011, acrylic on old clothes, nylon twine, stack of old books under the heading: History, acrylic emulsion, height: 12in. Located at a vacant lot in Paranaque City, an amount of earth approximate to the volume of the art object was exchanged or dis-placed. The process led me to two other works: Interment Site Displacements (Concrete/History), 2011, site-specific sculpture & installation Interment Site Displacements (Soil/History), 2011, soil, emulsion, 5x12x18in

 

 

Alex Espanola, Interment Site Displacements (Concrete/History), 2011, site-specific sculpture & installation

 

 

Alex Espanola, Interment Site Displacements (Soil/History), 2011, soil, emulsion, 5x12x18in

 

 

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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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