• Knowingly or not, our daily lives ante us into a vast and disjointed game of telephone. Not to be confused with the game our silicon-based counterparts play on the Internet, we are by nature biased. Like breathing, any information we touch is altered by our autonomic editorial flair.

    This issue contemplates the space where ideas change. Whether from the rigor of self-created systems, incidental pop culture phenomena, densely self-referential abstractions or exploration of disparate societies interpreting each other through problem solving.

    Steve Roden
    When Stars Become Words, 2007
    Wood, paint, audio equipment and sound compositions, dimensions and duration variable

    Jordan Tate
    New Work #11, 2009
    Pigment print, dimensions variable

    Tim Clifford
    Salve, 2008
    Oil on paper, 80 x 72"

    Christopher Robbins
    Ghana Think Tank, 2009
    People, dandelions, DVDs, wood, dirt, Serbian pesticide, shoes, MP3 players, and a dog named love, dimensions and duration variable

    David Andrew Frey is a New York-based artist, curator and technologist. He founded Culturehall in 2008 as a new way for artists to connect with curators, gallerists, collectors and other artists. David received a MFA in Studio Art from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2000. He has also studied at the Camberwell College of art in London the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and the Savannah College of Art and Design. He has been involved with Internet-based technologies since 2000.

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