Shane Hatfield is a senior at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. He spoke with AEQAI about his artwork and his artistic methods.
Films in Review: Some New Uses of Technology in the History of Film as Art: Color and 3D – with recent examples: Pina (Wim Wenders); Hugo (Martin Scorsese); The Artist (Michel Hazavicous) The use of color for serious artistic expression has a long history in film, with hand-tinting, (from the beginnings and into the late […]
Editor’s note: Some of my most interesting conversations about ÆQAI columns and/or issues raised therein occur between me and Dennis Harrington, the Director of The Weston Art Gallery in The Aronoff Center. In the fall, we were discussing a review that ÆQAI had published about Alison Crocetta’s exhibition and attendant video at The Weston. Dennis […]
Every month, ÆQAI will be presenting one book review, generally contemporary fiction, for our readers’ edification and enjoyment . A lot of back and forth occurs between and amongst novels, the world of film, and visual culture in general. We begin this series with Love and Shame and Love, a novel by Peter Orner (Little, […]