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Craig Dongoski’s chimpanzee collaboration lives in ‘Primates Notebook
June 2, 2014
Creative Loafing
By Muriel Vega

For more than two years, Craig Dongoski collaborated and interacted with a language-trained chimpanzee named Panzee. In The Primates Notebook, currently showing at Whitespace, Dongoski explores the line between drawing and writing and finds inspiration within Panzee’s marks on the paper. A professor at Georgia State University, Dongoski is known for investigating language through multimedia and basic drawing tools. Read More.

 

Review: Two shows — digital collages and primate marks — produce artistic meditations at Whitespace and Whitespec
May 27, 2014
ArtsAtl.com
By Jerry Cullum

The Primates Notebook: Work by Craig Dongoski at Whitespace and Just Past the Peripheral: Work by Charlie Watts in the adjacent Whitespec project space (both through June 21) are such opposite yet complementary artistic meditations on the human condition that they deserve an essay based on philosophical anthropology. But it is more important to encounter them first as stunningly beautiful, aesthetically engaging exhibitions. Read More.

 

Review: Craig Dongoski draws sound at Whitespace
April 11, 2011
ArtsAtl.com
By Wes Lowrance

What does a drawing sound like? Answering that question was the genesis for artist Craig Dongoski’s early work, and it resonates in the new drawings in “Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release,” at Whitespace through April 16. Read more.


Our Front Porch: Five of Craig Dongoski’s Artistic Influences

February 22, 2012
Burnaway.org
By Craig Dongoski

The idea for BURNAWAY originated from a front-porch conversation about the need for more dialogue about local art. This week’s edition of Our Front Porch is a themed list by local artist Craig Dongoski describing some inspirations for his work. Read More.

 

Drawing in rhythm and time: Craig Dongoski at Whitespace
April 4, 2011
Burnaway.org
By Paul Boshears

Although it isn’t obvious at first glance, Craig Dongoski‘s body of work, Attack/Decay/Sustain/Release, currently on view at Whitespace through Saturday, April 16, 2011, visualizes the connections between signatures and sounds. In handwriting, signatures can speak volumes about their author; in music, sound can be interpreted, but it requires practice. The listener must tune into the frequency, the volume, at which the information is being broadcast. This is where Dongoski’s work begins. Read More.

 

Orbital Contour: Videos by Craig Dongoski
Issue 1.2 / 2011
Continentcontinent.com
By Paul Boshears