On last week’s Tone Madison podcast, contributor Brett Schlough brought us two conversations about Digital Aura, a show of video, digital, and installation art running through August 6 at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and through July 29 at Arts + Literature Laboratory. This week’s episode concludes our two-part series on the show with […]
Madison has its share of gifted visual artists and valuable art spaces, but digital art and video art lack a strong presence here. And what is digital art, anyway? The ongoing show Digital Aura takes a broad approach to exploring that question, with a series of three works showing at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art […]
From early on in her career as an artist, Helen Lee has used the medium of glass to explore language and identity. If you walk past the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art at night, you might see three Mandarin Chinese characters blazing out at you in pink neon. That is one of Lee’s newest works, […]
Tone Madison‘s Sarah Witman and Scott Gordon trade notes on a few of the best visual art shows currently on display in Madison. First, we talked about the big one: The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art’s 2016 Wisconsin Triennial (on display through January 8), which brings together work from a few dozen artists from across […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon talks with Milwaukee-based artist Sky Hopinka about his video piece Jaaji Approx., which is on display at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art through January 8 as part of the 2016 Wisconsin Triennial.
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon and Sarah Witman discuss a handful of noteworthy art shows going on around Madison this month. Discussed: Valerie Mangion’s Night Vision, at the Watrous Gallery through August 28. Read Sarah’s interview with Mangion. All-Licensed Fool, comprising the short films Eager (by Allison Schulnik) and An Emo Nose (by Wong Ping), at the Madison […]