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Susan Wider: THE Santa Fe’s Monthly Arts Magazine

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PRIVATE UNIVERSES/PERSONAL SPACES INVITES THE VIEWER inside the personal spaces of six artists who are linked by their common background in photography; all six earned photography MFAs along their artistic paths. Their work for this exhibition includes actual photographs, masking … Continued

Wesley Pulkka: Albuquerque Sunday Journal

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  Exhibit moves far beyond the camera … Videos can be really boring or fun. Gillian Brown is a master at making videos that embrace the arts and sciences in ways that make her works compelling. Never boring and beyond … Continued

JJ Magner: Hill Rag, Washington, DC

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Art and the City Artist Profile: Gillian Brown   You walk into a large darkened room to confront glowing motion within the stillness. You’re drawn through curiosity to the moving lights as beams are transported through cloudy membranes or twist … Continued

J. W. Mahoney: Art in America

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Report from Washington, DC:  To a Different Drum At the Arlington Art Center last fall were a series of solo shows in the center’s several rooms, and downstairs, seen in darkness, were the video installations of Gillian Brown. Like 19th-century … Continued

Michael Klant

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Grundkurs Kunst 4: Aktion, Kinetik, Neue Medien, Braunschweig: Schroedel, 2004, pp. 152-153 (textbook). This scholarly German text places contempary new media art practice in a historical context. My collaborative work with Inga McCaslin Frick is discussed together with work by Marina … Continued

Claire Wolf Krantz: Art in America

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Insight Out, Video Installation, 2000, Gillian Brown Gillian Brown and Inga McCaslin Frick at I Space “Gillian Brown and Inga McCaslin Frick have shown together in the past, and they paired up again for this two-person exhibition of video installations … Continued

Mouthtomouth magazine: lipservice, Spring 2003

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Still from Unstill, Video Installation, 2001, Inga McCaslin Frick Gillian Brown and Inga McCaslin Frick: Each/Other Vanishing Point, I Space “Words will never do justice to the sheer visual poetry of this show. Suffice it to say, this was what … Continued

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