Adriane Herman

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Adriane Herman is a visual artist whose work investigates the phenomenon of consumption through appropriated imagery and media. Her work ranges from the edible (inkjet-printed sweets) to the archival (To-Do lists), as in Checking It Twice, her solo exhibition at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art.She works independently to normalize consumption of fine art and collaboratively with efforts such as Slop Art and projects undertaken with her students. Herman has taught BFA and MFA students at Kansas City Art Institute and Maine College of Art, where she is currently an associate professor. Herman curated the 2010 exhibition Mind-Bending with the Mundane at MECA’s Institute of Contemporary Art.
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This week in PopTech: Coping mechanics, fantasy elections and designing from the bottom up

This week in PopTech: Coping mechanics, fantasy elections and designing from the bottom up

There’s always something brewing in the PopTech community. From the world-changing people, projects and ideas in our network, a handful of this week’s highlights follows.

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Adriane Herman is making her lists and checking them twice

‘Tis the season for lists: wish lists, to-do lists and even lists of new years resolutions. Adriane Herman could be called the queen of list-making and list-taking. Read more »

The World Rebalancing: Additional speakers announced for PopTech 2011!

The World Rebalancing: Additional speakers announced for PopTech 2011!