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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