Bull.Miletic: Proxistant Vision
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Bull.Miletic: Proxistant Vision

Museum of Craft and Design
2569 3rd StreetSan FranciscoCA 94107
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"Bull.Miletic: Proxistant Vision" focuses on the surge of aerial imaging technologies such as observation wheels, drones, and satellites. Through this research, Bull.Miletic explore what they call proxistance, a cultural technique that combines proximity and distance, close-up and overview, detail and the big picture. Most significantly, the artists recognize a particular type of proxistance manifested through smooth flyover effects in digital maps, computer games, architectural models, data visualizations, and CGI cinema as a dominant visual modality of our time. The key objective of this research project was twofold: to trace the genealogy and understand the operation of this cultural technique as well as to explore its alternative potentialities through their art practice and the practices of generations of artists with related agendas. "Proxistant Vision" is an innovative endeavor that raises awareness about the impact of new aerial imaging technologies and their influence and power in everyday life. Bull.Miletic considers San Francisco as their true artistic “home base” in the United States and are pleased to have "Proxistant Vision" make its US premiere at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco this fall. Open Wed–Sat 10:00am - 5:00pm, Sun 12:00pm – 5:00pm

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