The Real and the Represented
Artists: Leanne Eisen, Erika Lynne Hanson, Bradley Hyppa, Hector Llanquin, Tom Pnini, and Clement Valla
July 18-August 26, 2011
Little Paper Planes’ premiere exhibition, Series Circuit, was themed around notions of multiples, collectable, and affordable objects of art. The objects existed in an actual exhibition space, though for the majority of its viewers, were experienced solely through online representation. For the second exhibition, we have decided to concentrate on this important facet of LPP, online art and accessibility. Here, we will turn from material objects of art and their digital representation, to digital technology as the artworks themselves. read more
Little Paper Planes The Real and the Represented Publication
Tom Pnini Volcano Demo, Digital Video.
Tom Pnini Sunset Demo/Sonya, Digital Video.
Leanne Eisen Blank DVD-R, 2010.
Leanne Eisen Untitled, 2011. Chromogenic Print, 30x40 inches.
Leanne Eisen Data CD-R (unreadable), 2010.
Erika Lynne Hanson Glacial Observation: 3, 2011. Digital Video.
Erika Lynne Hanson Glacial Observation: 4, 2011. Digital Video.
Hector Llanquin Sunset (1), 2007. Digital Photograph.
Hector Llanquin Sunset (4), 2007. Digital Photograph.
Hector Llanquin Sunset (5), 2007. Digital Photograph.
Clement Valla Postcards from Google Earth, Bridges, 2010. Digital Video.
Clement Valla Seed Drawings, 2010. Digital Video.
Clement Valla A Sequence of Circles Traced by Five Hundred Individuals, 2010. Digital Video.
Bradley Hyppa the possibilities you’ll be that you’ll never see, 2011. Digital Video.
Bradley Hyppa the things you could do you won’t but you might, 2011. Digital Video.
Bradley Hyppa i’m not surprised at all and really why should i be, 2011. Digital video