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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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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Photog’s Wordplay is the Sign of the Times

Monday, July 16, 2012
USA ,Shannon Ebner 2003

Conceptual artist Shannon Ebner’s work is as much poetry as it is photography. The Yale University MFA graduate has made her name in art circles by producing pictures and sculptures…

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Eric Araujo’s Creative House Project Provides Refuge

Friday, June 8, 2012
“If you lived here you’d be home by now”, Oakland, 2008, Eric Araujo

The House Project, interdisciplinary artist Eric Araujo’s sculptural exploration of the relationship between artists and the disenfranchised members of society, began in 2005 while the artist was living…

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New Museum Triennial Highlights

Friday, April 20, 2012
"PrayWay" by Slavs and Tatars, with paintings by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye in the background

This year, the New Museum hosted The Ungovernables, its latest Triennial exhibition featuring over 50 young artists. The Ungovernables’ goal was to explore the visuals and ideas of…

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Pop Art Now

Friday, April 13, 2012
"Little Monster" 2011, Dafna Steinberg

Pop Art, ever since its commencement in the 1960s, has proven to be one of the most lasting movements of American art. Is it a surprise? The bright…

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An Art ‘Paradise’ in the Bronx

Thursday, March 22, 2012

On April 4th 2012, the idle Andrew Freedman Home will open to the public. The home, once a haven for wealthy senior citizens set on living in the…

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Yoko Inoue’s Multimedia Marketplace Clashes Culture with Commodities

Monday, March 19, 2012
yoko inoue

Mandala Flea Market Mutants: Pop Protocol and the Seven Transformations of Good-luck National Defense Cats is the lengthy title of multimedia artist Yoko Inoue’s new installation at Smack…

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