Dani Dodge’s Fugitive Love Song

Dani Dodge’s Fugitive Love Song by Genie Davis Artist Dani Dodge works with themes that surround identity, forgiveness, and social justice. Creating installations that are often immersive and include video, painting, and performance, she’s recently expanded her “canvas” to include public works in the street, often guerilla in approach with a positive intent. She’s been…

Erika Lizée: Eternally Searching (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13)

Erika Lizée: Eternally Searching (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13) By Genie Davis Through December 1st   Erika Lizée may be Eternally Searching (0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13) as the title of the artist’s new, utterly stunning installation at Los Angeles Art Association’s Gallery 825 suggests, but in seeing the work, viewers have arrived at the perfect destination. It’s hard to describe in words the…

“The Panacea Project” Nudges Funny Bones at Werkartz

The Panacea Project Nudges Funny Bones at Werkartz By Sydney Walters Through September 30th   Artist Bettina Hubby projects an astute lesson of survival into the art game: humor is necessary. While humor becomes more biting and sarcastic in media, The Panacea Project rejects this defensive and deflective humor and charges forth with a delightful…

Diane Williams Weaves Multicultural Magic in “My America”

Diane Williams Weaves Multicultural Magic in “My America” Shoebox Projects by Genie Davis   In the latest artist residency and exhibition at Shoebox Projects located in The Brewery arts complex, Diane Williams nails the immigrant experience with an installation that actively involves viewers and turns them into participants. And participants we all are: America is…