Monthly Archives: August 2014

Betsy Lundquist – Sterling, Colorado

Briefly describe the work you do. The main area of my practice is sculpture, with a secondary focus on other visual media and writing. My focus is on reinterpretation of symbolic object tropes with an eye towards unsettling and removing … Continue reading

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Joe Joe Orangias – Wellington, New Zealand

Briefly describe the work you do. Making art is a way of understanding and communicating how people relate to places and times. Working through history, collaboration, and local resources, I make site-specific projects to engage local communities with certain social … Continue reading

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Bryce Willem – Portland, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. My artistry is somewhat multidisciplinary. Outside of writing, I primarily use music, dance and photography to explore notions of symmetry, pattern, order, and form. As a practice, I unconditionally cater to letting ideas take … Continue reading

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Sammy Chong – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do I develop my work one collection at a time, based on empirical experiences. My observations—both internal and external—are examined within specific conceptual frames. Though my pieces hone in on intimate scenes, I expect the … Continue reading

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Lauri Hopkins – Chichester, United Kingdom

Briefly describe the work you do. I make abstract, geometric paintings and low-relief constructions; these often include materials that have fallen out of use such as water-damaged book covers or the parquet flooring of a derelict school. At what point … Continue reading

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Clifton Riley – Houston, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do. I primarily work in printmaking and drawing however, lately, I have been building small structures that have been finding their way into or influencing my works on paper in various ways. My prints and … Continue reading

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Sarah McCann – Baltimore, Maryland

Briefly describe the work you do. The work I do is a reflection on life, communication, responsibility and love. I appropriate text from music, literature, film, conversations and create visual pieces that capture the heart of what is being said. … Continue reading

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Alexandra Silverthorne – Washington, DC

Briefly describe the work you do. I use the camera as a means to understand space/place and how we interact with it. Sometime this involves working with a pre-determined space, such as the boundary lines of the city of Washington, … Continue reading

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Stacy Isenbarger – Moscow, Idaho

Briefly describe the work you do. In recent years, my motivation for creating dialog through imagery and form has shifted from expressing poetic narratives into highlighting perceived boundaries built from one’s cultural environment. Through interplay of media and iconography, I … Continue reading

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Colby Jennings – Springfield, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. The briefest of descriptions would be that I watch, see, listen, record, capture, examine, recreate, collect, and archive. All of my work is inspired by personal anxiety in some manner or form. As those … Continue reading

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