Category Archives: Tim Roseborough

SF Art Fairs / May 16-19, 2013

Keep your eyes peeled at ArtPadSF and artMRKT this weekend for works and performances by some of our lovely friends! Your best plan for Saturday: Check out ArtPadSF exhibitors (below), see Chris Vargas’s performance at 5pm, then mosey down to ASC Projects for

SF Art Fairs / May 16-19, 2013

Keep your eyes peeled at ArtPadSF and artMRKT this weekend for works and performances by some of our lovely friends! Your best plan for Saturday: Check out ArtPadSF exhibitors (below), see Chris Vargas’s performance at 5pm, then mosey down to ASC Projects for

Profile: Tim Roseborough

As a member of the “Bay Area Digitalist” movement—a group of artists heavily influenced by the environment of Silicon Valley—Tim Roseborough’s work comments on the prevalence of screen media that permeates all aspects of contemporary life and culture and the

Profile: Tim Roseborough

As a member of the “Bay Area Digitalist” movement—a group of artists heavily influenced by the environment of Silicon Valley—Tim Roseborough’s work comments on the prevalence of screen media that permeates all aspects of contemporary life and culture and the

Statements: Tim Roseborough’s Singing Garden

Inspired by 19th Century botanical illustration, Singing Garden features a virtual, moonlit water garden in which the plants flourish to the tones of the singing voice. Singing Garden is a response to the critical eye I cast on video game

Statements: Tim Roseborough’s Singing Garden

Inspired by 19th Century botanical illustration, Singing Garden features a virtual, moonlit water garden in which the plants flourish to the tones of the singing voice. Singing Garden is a response to the critical eye I cast on video game

Note from NY: The Liquid Factor

By Tim Roseborough, from NYC’s Armoury Week I’d like to point out a micro-trend in some of the New York Chelsea galleries I visited, this week. I’ll call it the “Liquid Factor.” Miroslaw Balka’s “The Order of Things,” at Barbara

Note from NY: The Liquid Factor

By Tim Roseborough, from NYC’s Armoury Week I’d like to point out a micro-trend in some of the New York Chelsea galleries I visited, this week. I’ll call it the “Liquid Factor.” Miroslaw Balka’s “The Order of Things,” at Barbara

Tim Roseborough: Hello From Kala

Explore Hello From Kala, a new interactive gifting project by Tim Roseborough Over the past few years, Tim Roseborough has created what he calls “Gifting Projects”: series of small art works that are sent to friends and colleagues which also include an

Tim Roseborough: Hello From Kala

Explore Hello From Kala, a new interactive gifting project by Tim Roseborough Over the past few years, Tim Roseborough has created what he calls “Gifting Projects”: series of small art works that are sent to friends and colleagues which also include an