Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The Kenmore presents Michael Brim's "Ink"

Michael installing:

Exhibition views:

Above: pizza, beer, cookie dough, carrots, art


One night only!---Saturday, March 13 from 7-9:30pm.

The Kenmore's location:
Box 13 ArtSpace
6700 Harrisburg (at Cesar Chavez)
Houston, Texas 77001

Ink consists of a video of a partial portrait. However, the piece seems more like a still image. Nothing changes, except for the occasional movement of the eye. The amount of detail conveyed through the use of High Definition stands in stark contrast to the ambiguity of the piece. Ink is The Kenmore's first FotoFest exhibit.

Michael grew up where The Sound of Music was filmed. He came to America on Thanksgiving Day 1999, wondering why all the Americans on the plane were eating Turkey. He then settled in Houston for the warm weather and the friendly people. In 2008 he graduated with an MFA from the City’s prestigious TIER One pursuing University. (This is where we met!) He spent one semester teaching Design, Photography, Digital Imaging and Video Art at Lamar University in Beaumont and now runs his own video production company.

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