Category Archive for: ‘Souvenir1’

Rudy Lemcke ReaganPig

Souvenir 4.3

4.3 Untitled, “The Elision of Master Narratives” Series, 1991. One of eight 10’ x 12’ oil paintings. Return to Souvenir #4

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Rudy Lemcke Waiting Room

Souvenir 4.2

4.2 Walkabout, Multi-Media Studies Program, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California, 1999.  Hundreds of digital photographs from the artist’s daily walks around the city composed this interactive Net Art project. Return to Souvenir #4

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Rudy Lemcke CleanWorks 1989

Souvenir 4.1

4.1 Clean Works, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, California, 1989. Detail of a window installation for the first “A Day Without Art,” a nationally organized  arts event bringing attention to the AIDS crisis. Return to Souvenir #4

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Rudyscreen3

Souvenir 3.12

3.12 Artist,  San Francisco, California, c. 1985. Return to Souvenir #3

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RudylemckeMyDead

Souvenir 3.11

3.11 Last Page, My Dead, 1996. The last page of James Joyce’s “The Dead” was used as an interface for an interactive CD-ROM. Pronouns used for identifying the gender of the characters in this short story were erased and the empty spaces were used as the hyperlinks to the multi-image-text narrative. Return to Souvenir #3

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Rudylemckemydead2

Souvenir 3.10

3.10 Chest with snowflake, My Dead, 1996. Screen image from an interactive CD-ROM. Return to Souvenir #3

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Rudylemckeglinda

Souvenir 3.9

3.9 Glinda, Wizard of Oz Series,  “AIDS Timeline,” Group Material, Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1991. Return to Souvenir #3

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Rudylemckefinagainsinv

Souvenir 3.8

3.8 Exhibition invitation, “Fin again(s) Wake,” Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, California. 1989. Return to Souvenir #3

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RudylemckeFinagainspent

Souvenir 3.7

3.7 Morphine, “Fin again(s) Wake,” Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, California, 1989. One of a series of drawings using texts from James Joyce’s Finnegan’s Wake to create mesostic poems using AIDS drugs as their central axis. Return to Souvenir #3

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Rudylemckememorial

Souvenir 3.6

3.6 Artist’s Studio, San Francisco, c. 1988. A group of paintings that were studies for a proposed garden (an AIDS memorial for the Harvey Milk Plaza, San Francisco). The garden was to be a Zen-like place for contemplation and featured a river of bronze rocks on a bed of polished black granite stones. On the wall behind was to be …

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