DZI: The Voice Has A New Home

Thursday, May 23, 2013

DZI: The Voice has a new address. You can find all our latest content on art, music, fashion, and film at

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Life In Color Rebirth Tour: The Full Experience

Friday, May 10, 2013

It’s 7 PM at Reliant Park in Houston, and I know I’m in the right place because I followed the migration of teenagers all dressed in white clothes and costumes to…

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Xaviera Simmons: A Summary of Talent and the Artist’s Experiment

Tuesday, April 30, 2013
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It is instinctive to dissect art, but the genius behind New York native Xaviera Simmons’ multifaceted masterpieces is she engages you with all the senses, absorbing you into…

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Turning Terror Into Art: Carla MacKinnon’s Nightmare

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Director Carla MacKinnon made quite an impression at the London Short Film Festival while promoting The Sleep Paralysis Project, a short film/mixed media project detailing the horrors of…

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Renaissance Man: Q&A with Media Mogul Souleo

Friday, April 12, 2013

Souleo is a man of many interests. At just 27-year-old the New York City resident is already a veteran journalist who has interviewed numerous celebrated artists, actors, and…

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Lasting Impressions: Q&A with Visual Artist Andre Woolery

Tuesday, April 9, 2013
"Untitled"; Fruit Ninja finger swipes/iPad/iPad App; 2013

“Analog girl in digital world,” sang Neo-Soul songtress Erykah Badu on her 2000 song “…& On”. At that time the transformation to a computerized society was still in…

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Is 3-D Printing The Future of Art?

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Science fiction fans will remember watching episodes of Star Trek and being amazed that in the fictionalized future computers will have the ability to create various objects upon…

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Living By His Wits: Q&A with Artist Adam Parker Smith

Thursday, February 7, 2013
Adam Parker Smith

With a résumé that includes degrees from University of California at Santa Cruz, Tyler School of Art, & Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, participation in art residency…

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Explore Adam Parker Smith’s Interactive Art

Thursday, January 17, 2013
"Sunset Now"; colored Plexi-glass, fiberfill and lights/sunset is controlled by a dimmer switch; 2008

Brooklyn based artist Adam Parker Smith has become one of the most compelling craftsmen in the contemporary art world.  His standout work his been showed across the globe…

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Photographer Dima Gavrysh Remembers ‘The Forgotten War’

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Award winning documentary photographer Dima Gavrysh has dedicated the last few years to exploring a different vision of America’s War in Afghanistan. His still photos from the longest…

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