This Week at Art MoCo
by sabine7 / April 8, 2011

This Week At Art MoCo: glass as canvas, gallery as subject, skipping rope after-effects, massed gaming and scavenger collage. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Peter Bynum paints on layers of glass in order to make the most of light.

Mario Sughi takes on some familiar spaces: the white walls of the art museum and the private gallery.

Benjie Heu, Carmela Laganse and Pattie Chalmers mount a show of ceramics with a title that hearkens back to schoolyard games... that don't always end well.

Lukas Roth takes hundreds of shots before creating the perfect composite, in work that can be likened to that of Andreas Gursky in terms of scale and drama. Roth's mass of gamers is a sign of the times.

There is a musical lilt to collages and mixed media work by Tim Weldon, a dreamer in focus" who sings us a "scrapyard lullaby."
Tim Weldon

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