belinda haikes
Since 2007
Works in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States of America

BIO
A Philadelphia based artist, Belinda's work is at the intersection of art, design and social interactions. Her practice explores the poetics of identity construction in a post-human world through animation, web, and drawings. She is a member of experimental sound and multi-media ensemble Pilottone. Recent exhibitions and screenings include the Asian Arts Initiative, Philadelphia, Los Angeles Center for the Digital Art, The Video show at Raritan College, the University of Mary Washington, Village Nomad, France, Digital Fringe, Australia, Flash Light Festival in New York, and the Weatherspoon Museum in North Carolina.
Discussions (0) Opportunities (7) Events (6) Jobs (0)
EVENT

Life, The Universe and Art


Dates:
Fri Mar 06, 2009 00:00 - Fri Mar 06, 2009

The latest artist interview is up at Life, The Universe and Art. Portland artist Will Luers discusses his work in Net Cinema, as well as the materiality of cinema as it intersects with the internet through spatial montage, asynchronous loops, seriality, hyperlinking and locative media. His work uses grid structures in online video that call attention to the materiality of the process and function as fragmented narratives through the use of sound, image and time.


EVENT

No words here


Dates:
Fri Oct 17, 2008 00:00 - Sat Oct 11, 2008

Location:
United States of America

No words here

Solvent Space is pleased to present No words here. Art Karaoke duo Joel Armour and Shannon Ross are hosting a special Art Karaoke event on Friday October 17th at 9 pm.

The special event begins with a screening of John Bock's Palms at 8 pm, followed by the Art Karaoke styling of Joel Armour and Shannon Ross at 9.

For the past four years, the duo has hosted karaoke at places spanning local bars, private parties, and art venues. These self-proclaimed karaoke mavericks bring the tradition of American-style karaoke with a Cincinnati flair to Solvent Space’s back door. Although Armor typically harbors himself behind the equipment, on occasion he makes his way onto the stage. And be prepared when Ross breaks from hosting to belt out a song or two. They kindly ask you to join them in No more words.

Additionally, screenings for John Bock's Palms begin Saturday September 27th from 1-3. and will continue on Tuesdays 1-3, Thursday 5-7, Saturdays 1-3. The one hour film begins half an hour after gallery doors open. On View through November 8th.

Solvent Space is an exhibition space located in the Plant Zero arts complex at 0 East 4th Street, between Hull and Fourth Streets, Richmond, Virginia. Solvent Space is a project of the School of the Arts and the Department of Painting and Printmaking, Virginia Commonwealth University in cooperation with Plant Zero. For more information please contact Belinda Haikes at 267-262-1619, or haikesb@vcu.edu.


EVENT

Life, The Universe and Art


Dates:
Sat Oct 11, 2008 00:00 - Sat Oct 11, 2008

Location:
United States of America

The latest edition of Life, the Universe and Art, an artist interview journal is now available. Blake Carrington, a transmedia artist whose work explores the intersections between cultural/physical geography, and human/digital perceptual systems talks about his influences, media and his performative practice.

Best viewed in Firefox.

Please visit http://www.lifeuniverseandart.blogspot.com to access the interview.