Category Archives: Jorg Dubin – Artist

Saturday’s Episode of TradioV’s ARTFUL UNDRESS with Guest JORG DUBIN & Feature Musician MARK COHEN

Saturday’s Episode of TradioV’s ARTFUL UNDRESS with Guest JORG DUBIN & Feature Musician MARK COHEN

“The why behind the nudity taboo” from a psychological perspective … CHECK OUT Saturday’s episode of THE ARTFUL UNDRESS on Tradiov in Hollywood with Host Kira M Pandukht of Sculpture by Kira and Co-Host Polina of Wet Puzzle Piece Productions and Special Guest JORG DUBIN, Artist / Designer / Creative Consultant, and Feature Musician MARK COHEN!  Thank you for sharing your talents!!!  And a special THANK YOU to Mike Zinna of TradioV for making this possible!!!

http://new.livestream.com/accounts/5644803/events/2458640/videos/35012303

http://jorgdubin.com/

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www.myspace.com/spaceshotmusic

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Yesterday’s Episode of TradioV’s ARTFUL UNDRESS with Guest JORG DUBIN

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Check out yesterday’s episode of ARTFUL UNDRESS on TradioV in Hollywodd with Host Kira M Pandukht of Sculpture by Kira and Co-Host Polina of Wet Puzzle Piece Productions and Special Guest Jorg R. Dubin Artist + Designer + Creative Consultant and Mark Cohen of Spaceshot – Feature Musician. BIG THANK YOU to JORG & MARK!!!!! Also, another HUGE Thank You to Mike Zinna of TradioV for making this possible!!!! http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/38765951

http://jorgdubin.com

https://myspace.com/spaceshotmusic


“ARTFUL UNDRESS” on TradioV with Guest JORG DUBIN & Feature Musician MARK COHEN

TUNE IN TOMORROW Saturday, 09/14 at 5pm on TradioV’s “Artful Undress” with Special Guest JORG DUBIN – Artist + Designer + Creative Consultant and Feature Musician MARK COHEN!

http://animoto.com/play/jl5R5rZqNX1hq7eQhX0MPw

http://www.jorgdubin.com

www.myspace.com/spaceshotmusic

Jorg Dubin has been making paintings of sexuality through a lens of brutality like an undeterred train for decades in his Laguna Beach studio.  If we break down the subjects of his latest feat we find pairs of desperate souls lingering in a waiting room of purification. The artist places the viewer in the same room and offers a question, “where do I stand in this metaphor”? The more interesting question lays not in the hands of the viewer but in that of the artist’s intention. Dubin rarely gives the viewer any clues as to the whereabouts or hints as to the surroundings of his subjects. They are in a sterilized room, put in a lab and studied like mice. The sentiment is stripped away and he is showing us the results of the studies. The subjects all take on a similar sum no matter how large and menacing or how young and sweet. Even in the seemingly polarized places they occupy in the world, they end up having much in common. This is much because what is really on display is the artist himself, his relationship with sexuality and brutality, culture and isolation, anger and beauty, hard and soft, judgment and fear.

-Jeff Peters

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