Christopher Ulivo Studio Visit June 17th 2009

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Left to Right - Yolanda del Amo, Audra Wolowiec, Christopher Ulivo

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Christopher Ulivo Studio Visit Synopsis and Discussion Links.
During the studio visit with Christopher Ulivo on June 17th 2009 the group examined and discussed Ulivo’s new work in relationship to pervious paintings from the series; Prehistoric Park , Life in the Pacific & Life in the Atlantic, and On Set. Ulivo’s paintings depict unraveled tableaux based on cinema and mediated landscapes, often deriving themes from literary tales of adventure.

-Dustin Dennis

Studio visit and discussion Links:

Painting
Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin
Pieter Brueghel
Eugene Delacroix
David Hockney
The Chicago Imagists
Jim Nutt
Marcel Dzama
Marcel Dzama @ David Zwirner
Royal Art lodge (Wiki)
Royal Art lodge

1940’s-1950’s Cinema
1969 Moon Landing
1993 Madadayo
The Creature from the Black Lagoon
Them!
(1941) The Wolf Man
1969 Moon Landing Hoax Theory
Madadayo

Other Topics Discussed
Cabazon Dinosaurs
Monochrome Dreams
Ron Mueck’s Big Man
Cabela’s
Cabela’s animatronic hunting displays

Nine Lives Panel Discussion @ The Hammer Museum
Michael Ned moderates a panel discussion with artists Lisa Anne Auerbach, Kaari Upson, and Charlie White. This panel focuses on the group show Nine Lives at UCLA’s Hammer Museum. During the panel discussion, the artists compare living in L.A. to New York.
I’ve included this video as it pertains to the portion of Ulivo’s studio visit that focused on how artists are perceived to affect place (the city in which they live) and how places are perceived to impose themselves upon artists.

Not Discussed but also a good Panel on Place and Artists
Oranges and Sardines: Artist Talk @ the Hammer Museum
Curator Gary Garrels in conversation with artists Mark Grotjahn, Wade Guyton, Mary Heilmann, Amy Sillman, Charline von Heyl, and Christopher Wool.

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3 Responses to “Christopher Ulivo Studio Visit June 17th 2009”


  1. 2 studiofuse June 19, 2009 at 1:00 am

    Christopher Ulivo Studio Visit Synopsis and Discussion Links.
    During the studio visit with Christopher Ulivo on June 17th 2009 the group examined and discussed Ulivo’s new work in relationship to pervious paintings from the series; Prehistoric Park , Life in the Pacific & Life in the Atlantic, and On Set. Ulivo’s paintings depict unraveled tableaux based on cinema and mediated landscapes, often deriving themes from literary tales of adventure.

    Below are additional links relating to the studio visit and discussion.
    Please contribute by adding more information to the list!

    Painting
    Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin
    Pieter Brueghel
    Eugene Delacroix
    David Hockney
    The Chicago Imagists
    Jim Nutt
    Marcel Dzama
    Marcel Dzama @ David Zwirner
    Royal Art lodge (Wiki)
    Royal Art lodge

    1940’s-1950’s Cinema
    1969 Moon Landing
    1993 Madadayo
    The Creature from the Black Lagoon
    Them!
    (1941) The Wolf Man
    1969 Moon Landing Hoax Theory
    Madadayo

    Other Topics Discussed
    Cabazon Dinosaurs
    Monochrome Dreams
    Ron Mueck’s Big Man
    Cabela’s
    Cabela’s animatronic hunting displays

    Nine Lives Panel Discussion @ The Hammer Museum
    Michael Ned moderates a panel discussion with artists Lisa Anne Auerbach, Kaari Upson, and Charlie White. This panel focuses on the group show Nine Lives at UCLA’s Hammer Museum. During the panel discussion, the artists compare living in L.A. to New York.
    I’ve included this video as it pertains to the portion of Ulivo’s studio visit that focused on how artists are perceived to affect place (the city in which they live) and how places are perceived to impose themselves upon artists.

    Not Discussed but also a good Panel on Place and Artists
    Oranges and Sardines: Artist Talk @ the Hammer Museum
    Curator Gary Garrels in conversation with artists Mark Grotjahn, Wade Guyton, Mary Heilmann, Amy Sillman, Charline von Heyl, and Christopher Wool.

    -Dustin

    • 3 Christopher Ulivo June 21, 2009 at 9:11 am

      I just wanted to thank those who came down to the ‘groundhog-den’ to see my work! I know I talked a little bit too much but it was between listening, i assure you. there was a lot of suggestion for destinations to see some US vernacular sculpture -and I am trying to build a family vacation around some of your suggestions! -I may have to avoid the carbazon dinosaurs though because the organization that runs it is strictly anti-evolution nah, I’ll go.


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