PalmSprings.com Spotlight: An Interview with Palm Springs Art Museum's 2013 Artist-in-Residence, Cristopher Cichocki

Artist Cristopher Cichocki

PalmSprings.com Spotlight: An Interview with Palm Springs Art Museum’s 2013 Artist-in-Residence, Cristopher Cichocki

Cristopher Cichocki lives and works in the desert of Southern California’s Coachella Valley. He creates multi-sensory artworks of intersecting media: painting, photography, sculpture, video, sound and installation. Cichocki’s “Desert Abyss” landscapes, topographies, and micro-worlds manifest as mutations of nature and industry. These post-earthwork gestures are often defined by his palette of acidic neon colors which accent environmental transformation and decay. The scope of Cichocki’s practice amplifies the world around us while illuminating the ephemeral, continually shifting state of our existence. The concept of water in […]

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PalmSprings.com Spotlight: An Interview with Joe Jervis, National Grand Marshal for the 27th annual Greater Palm Springs Pride Parade

Joe Jervis

Joe Jervis, author of the popular, award-winning LGBT news and culture blog Joe.My.God., has been named National Grand Marshal for the 27th annual Greater Palm Springs Pride Parade. Joe has been delivering his unique brand of activism for the global LGBT community for nine years. During this time, his signature voice has increased visibility in the fight for equal rights and justice. One of the top 100 most widely read political blogs in America, Joe.My.God. focuses on gay rights, LGBT youth, queer culture, and the blog advocates every day to expose anti-gay bigotry and hypocrisy in politics and the media. […]

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