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Change-Seed By David Francis
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Change-Seed explores issues of autonomy and identity in the work of 25 artists working mostly in photography and video, in addition to other media. While art communities in the United States are... More > increasingly interested in contemporary art from China (Ai Wei Wei is a celebrity), very few understand or recognize the differences between the mainland, the SARs, and Taiwan. Change-Seed seeks to update American audiences on more recent developments in the Asian art world scene. In contrast to mainland China, the work is often small in size and technologically savvy, while reflecting similar concerns with cultural iconicity, the body, and functionality. Artists include: Occupy Art Group, Phoebe Man (Venice Biennale), Sunny Wang, Carol Lee Mei Kuen, Anita Yau, Wai Yim Wong, Samson Young, Laurent Segretier, and others. Artists selected by Curator-at-Large and previous CoCA Board Member (2010-2015), David Francis.< Less
Heaven and Earth VI: As Above So Below By David Francis & Thendara Kida-Gee
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Full Color Catalog from 2014 Outdoor Art Exhibition at Carkeek Park in Seattle. Presented by Center on Contemporary Art, curated by Thendara Kida-Gee, with notes, essays, and background information... More > from the curator, project advisor David Francis, and CoCA President Nichole DeMent. Includes images of all works, and artist's statements and bios from all 16 participating artists.< Less
Otherwise This Stone: CoCA Occastional Monographs in Poetry No 1 By David Francis
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A collection in three sections from a poet with passions in archaeology, visual media, assemblage, text art, teaching, and curation. The inaugural volume in CoCA's Occasional Monograph Series, in... More > celebration of National Poetry Month 2010.< Less
Acclimatized: Heaven and Earth 5 By David Francis
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Full Color Catalog from 2013 Outdoor Art Exhibition at Carkeek Park in Seattle. Presented by Center on Contemporary Art, curated by David Francis, with notes, essays, and background information from... More > the curator. Includes in-situ images of all works, and artist's statements from all 14 participating artists.< Less

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