☛ David Lyle: “Family Time”, oil on panel, 30” x 34”, 2011. © 2012 David Lyle. David Lyle was born in Okinawa, Japan, in 1971. He currently lives and works in downtown Manhattan. From his official bio page: David Lyle acts as both curator and painter, sifting through a vast array of lost snapshots from […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on April 4, 2012 ― Published in Art, Communication, Painting, Technology | Tagged: America, crisis, cynicism, David Lyle, family, history, innocence, kids, melancholy, nostalgia, past, phantasm, present, television
These responses would seem to dispel one of the myths that have sprung up around the events of January 25. Although the role of Facebook, Twitter and SMS are widely discussed, Egyptians overwhelmingly seem to have relied on television for information. And, as their second choice and third choice, most people relied on talking to […]
☛ Bizarro: “Reality TV”, January 7th, 2011 (©) Bizarro is an award-winning syndicated cartoon panel created by artist Dan Piraro. Visit his official website for more.
A post about “McLuhan Caged (in Electronic Art II)”, an electronic artwork created by American artist Nam June Paik, along with references and additional resources about the artist.