Tagged Art

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#triggered by contemporary art

Marco Fusinato, an Australian visual artist and musician/noise guitarist, combines his diverse skill set into producing extremely unique installation pieces. Of certain fascination to me is his series “Aetheric Plexus” – a motion censored sculpture built from large stage equipment, light and sound instruments, which momentarily erupts with every passing audience member. I have to…

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January jumpstart

If there is anywhere to be in January, it is Charleston.  While the North freezes over, we in the Lowcountry enjoy sunny days and chilly nights.  Still, getting out and enjoying all this city and college have to offer may not be on your radar during the busy start of the year. Here are five…

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Fahamu Pecou, Killer Mike and Arturo Lindsay discuss fine art and hip-hop

Co-Authored by Mackenzie Hoisington and Katie Panopoulos. What do South Bronx and Western Europe have in common? The 3,500 miles of Atlantic Ocean that separate them. What do hip-hop and fine art have in common? More than you think. Atlanta-based artist Fahamu Pecou held a discussion on Friday evening between artist-scholar Dr. Arturo Lindsay and…

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Moogfest 2016 Remembered

Moogfest 2016 brought artists, thinkers and musicians alike to Durham, NC last weekend, focusing all festival goers on its themes of “future thought” and “future sound.” Between avant-garde artists like Laurie Anderson and Oneohtrix Point Never and technological innovators ranging from IBM’s Watson team to notable future philosopher Jaron Lanier, Moogfest did not disappoint on…

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Tattoo Tuesday: The Razor and the Rose

Kids here in Charleston are itching to get inked. Sophomore Liam Hodges hit the tattoo parlor recently, scratching his itch for the ninth time. “A lot of people say that, when you get your first tattoo, you either never get another one or go crazy and get addicted,” Hodges said. “I guess you could say…

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Miscellany launches 35th issue with release celebration

On Thursday, Miscellany, the College’s student run literary and art journal, unveiled its 2015 issue. Marking the 35th annual release, the publication continues to pride itself on tolerance and integrity, working to promote the literary and visual art of the College’s undergraduate students. Fitting the theme of art excellence, students, staff, faculty and the general…

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