Friday, December 7, 2012

Frances Stark




Frances Stark, Bird and Bricks, 2008

Frances Stark, Stupidity (pink), 2009

Frances Stark, Subtraction, 2007

Frances Stark, Chorus Line, 2008

Frances Stark, Push, 2006

Frances Stark, There will also be things that I don't like, 2007

Frances Stark, I went through my Bin, 2008

Frances Stark, Exceeding One's Own Strength, 2007

Frances Stark, Backside of the Performance, 2007

Frances Stark, To a Selected Theme (Emerson v. Nietzsche), 2008

Frances Stark, Oh god, I'm so embarrassed, 2007

Frances Stark, Hoover in a Corner, 2006

Frances Stark, Free Money, 2004

Frances Stark, A Woman and a Peacock, 2008

Frances Stark, Called upon (Same thing over and over), 2007

Frances Stark, Untitled, 2009

Frances Stark, Pretty Ugly, 2008

Frances Stark, Chorus member in special position, 2008

Frances Stark, Underliner, 2002




Frances Stark (°1967, Newport Beach, California) is based in Los Angeles, California. She received her MFA from Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, California), and is currently an Assistant Professor at University of Southern California Roski School of Fine Arts(Los Angeles, California).

Through both writing and visual art, Frances Stark addresses the conditions of creative labor, producing candid and affecting work about the nature of artistic practice and the corresponding yet integral banality of the everyday. The artist’s body of work stands as a self-reflexive inquiry into the process of artistic production, and the often-elided demands of daily life.






5 comments:

Dancing Branflake said...

I love this. I love the 3d feel of it. Kind of like an adult pop up book, if that makes sense.

diane said...

Love her stuff. Wonder if there's any relation to the Stark who does furniture.

Kitty Stampede said...

Sweet! very graphic. i dig!!!

Trissta {Living on the Chic} said...

Hmmmm I'm liking the graphics for sure, and they're really interesting to look at. That bird one is probably my favorite.

Much Love,
Trissta

Designer Eyewear said...

Awesome work. Love that