Prove Gallery asked Minneapolis artist and RISD graduate, Caleb Wood, to install an animation in its Duluth space. So Wood started drawing on the gallery’s walls. What he ended up with was a “continuous vertical digression,” or a series of static drawings that when viewed one after the other in rapid succession would create the frames of traditional animation piece. The video is that stunning digression put in motion.
With a little bit of creativity, and quite a few broken bats, The Minnesota Twins jump into the reclaimed lumber movement with a gift to legendary New York Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera
An exhibit and symposium on the Cranbrook campus show how
Michigan played a leading role in a design era that reshaped America