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Department of Space and Land Reclamation (west)

Department of Space and Land Reclamation (west)

A group of artist, composed of graduate and undergraduate students from San Jose State University, focused on the issue of desire in some of its diverse manifestations: lust, greed, and fashion/fame/capitalism. In coordination with the Department of Space and Land Reclamation (DSLR) our group along with several hundred artists set about the street of San Francisco in an effort to re-vision the purpose of public space.

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History of the Camera Obscura

History of the Camera Obscura

Black Gallery: Dark Room by Terry Cunniff, Bill Thomas & John Trefethen When a small hole is made in the wall of a dark room, an inverted image of the scene outside the window appears on the opposite wall of the room. This phenomena appears to have been known to the Chinese as early as […]

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Self Portrayed | Projected Self

Self Portrayed | Projected Self

His academic development has been exemplary and he stands as one of the best students I have come into contact with in my career. I would rate him in the top ten group of those students who have seen their way to excel. a professor, 2001 As I sit here I contemplate my place in […]

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San Francisco Dump: Guarding the Garbage

San Francisco Dump: Guarding the Garbage

Each year The San Francisco Sanitary Fill Company (dumb) provides selected local artists with the opportunity to create art using materials they gather from San Francisco’s refuse. Work created as part of the artist residency in 2004. As I watched I began to notice how certain paths of the site where more frequently traveled than […]

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