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ArcHop is a response to the need for an improved built environment in Fresno.

Website: http://archop.org
Location: Fresno, CA
Members: 25
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2010

archop: art & architecture - a video by Ramiro Martinez

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February ArcHop: Urban Housing Choices

Started by Kiel Famellos-Schmidt Jan 18, 2009.

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Comment by robert weibel on February 14, 2010 at 6:30am
The images on exhibition now downtown include elements of the building environment where they are hung.
For example; silhouettes of track lighting canisters are featured that reflect the actual a few feet away at K-Jewel Gallery. Several people asked abut the cresent moon image in the art, if it was from a Mosque. It is from the Warnor Theatre across the street. The Moorish- Baroque-30's Hollywood architecture of the Warnor... soon I'll install 14 nine foot site specific pieces in the Warnor windows.
Comment by SIN on March 29, 2009 at 7:59am
Just watched the video. It was so well done. Wow!
Comment by ramiro martinez on January 25, 2009 at 11:01am
I was thinking that a utility thing such as a drawer, or a mirror cabinet, or a blind shade can be made into a work of art. Are you having any of these things in your house? Sorry I haven't been much of a conversationalist lately, but you always come at the worst moment. I will try to be better. Again, thanks for posting my video. See U at the studios.
Comment by robert weibel on September 21, 2008 at 10:27am
Created while developing interior elements for Roe (restaraunt, sushi bar and lounge), in collaboration with Michael Weil, the image "HER" is 5 feet by 12 feet on theatre scrim mesh and can be seen at the Autum Archop on October 2, 2008. Some of my other work will be on exhibit. I'm not sure if this piece is architecture or art, since it is an element of architectural design that affects behavior. It is a curtain, screen, but most importantly to me- an image - of Her.
 

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