TX Biennial Announces Selected Artists in Slowmo

This man does not tweet.

This man does not tweet.

The folks at the 2013 Texas Biennial have announced most of their selection of this year’s participating artists. The official press release is supposed to come out today, but they began releasing the selection yesterday via Twitter— one artist at a time. Beginning mid-afternoon, they posted a name every few minutes. After releasing the names of over 60 artists, the final message was posted close to midnight: “Thank you, Twitterverse! Hoping to confirm a few more artists, but for now — GOOD NIGHT!”

So, there should be a few more names added soon, but congratulations to all listed below:

 

Adela Andea (Conroe)

Skye Ashbrook (Austin)

David Aylsworth (Houston)

Debra Barrera (Houston)

Michael Bise (Houston)

Michael Blair (Denton)

The Bridge Club Collaborative (Huntsville)

Matthew Bourbon (Denton)

Bernardo Cantu (Denton)

Rebecca Carter (Dallas)

Kristen Cochran (Dallas)

Joseph Cohen (Houston)

Shannon Crider (San Antonio)

Rachel Crist and Daedalus Hoffman (Austin)

Matthew Cusick (Dallas)

Gabriel Dawe (Dallas)

Claudio Dicochea (San Antonio)

Kent Dorn (Houston)

Trey Egan (Lewisville)

Cassandra Emswiler (Denison)

Miriam Ellen Ewers (Denton)

Danielle Georgiou (Dallas)

Jeff Gibbons (Arlington)

Sally Glass (Dallas)

Will Henry (Houston)

Hillerbrand + Magsamen (Houston)

Geoff Hippenstiel (Houston)

HOMECOMING! Committee (Fort Worth)

Letitia Huckaby (Fort Worth)

Tatiana Istomina (Houston)

Angela Kallus (Fort Worth)

Hiroko Kubo (Fort Worth)

Lakes Were Rivers (Austin)

Julia Barbosa Landois (San Antonio)

Dion Laurent (Houston)

Jonathan Leach (Houston)

Ysabel LeMay (Austin)

Daniel McFarlane (Spring)

Marcelyn McNeil (Houston)

Robert Melton and Robert Boland (Austin)

Abinadi Meza (Austin)

Madsen Minax (Houston)

Rahul Mitra (Pearland)

Seth Mittag (Houston)

Michael Morris (Irving)

Nancy Newberry (Dallas)

Kelly O’Connor (San Antonio)

Arthur Pena (Dallas)

Katie Rose Pipkin (Austin)

Jessica Pizaña-Roberts (El Paso)

Mark Ponder (Houston)

Anne Regan (Houston)

Liz Rodda (Austin)

Gregory Ruppe (Fort Worth)

Chris Sauter (San Antonio)

Carrie Schneider (Houston)

Prince Thomas (Houston)

Kevin Todora (Richardson)

Brad Tucker (Austin)

Giovanni Valderas (Dallas)

Sara Vanderbeek (Austin)

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13 responses to “TX Biennial Announces Selected Artists in Slowmo”

  1. It’s ironic that a medium designed to speed and streamline the transfer of information is being used instead to retard and withhold it- bravo to Big Medium for highlighting the coercive, exclusionary nature of social media!”

  2. retard is the new way to share info.
    MK-Ultra the Clown in your Head
    http://genero.tv/watch-video/36024

  3. really? Only a single artist west of the I-35 corridor! !!!..

  4. The wagons don’t go that far.

  5. West Te Jas, get over it. You weren’t competitive!

  6. snuggle with the right pillow

    1. ha, that is the overall buzz

      1. buzz off! what is with all these houston area haters?

    2. heard it was blind selection. whats this sleeping stuff? haters hating? as per usual for the jealous inclined.

  7. owen hit it right on the head, a little heavy handed on the d f dub don’t you think? but it’s all who you sleep with.

    1. thats because dfdub is doing it right. haters gonna hate. keep telling yourself certain people are sleeping with certain people if it makes you sleep better with your people who can’t do much beyond sidewalk art.

  8. The main purpose of such a selection to to give one angle from which to lodge one’s complaints. Thank you, curators. You have come through again.

    1. Thank the curators? Another laugh, it took forever and anyone who has been in the scene in TX could have guessed half that list. (point being, if half of it was predetermined why on earth did it take so long) All and all, who cares; The TX Biennial is as important as the Houston Art Fair(s)

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