Monthly Archives: September 2014

Nicki Werner – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. My art practice both is and is inspired by ethnographies. The work deals with symbols that reveal specific class, race, age, gender, and familial relations. I paint signs and make sculptures out of wood, … Continue reading

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Priscilla Briggs – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. I am primarily a lens-based artist, investigating representations of capitalism and consumerism within the global market. I’m particularly interested in the role of advertising imagery as an influential backdrop in the creation and reflection … Continue reading

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Luke Amram Knox – Fayetteville, Arkansas

Briefly describe the work you do. My work responds to mythological and iconographic traditions from antiquity. Inspired by the works of Carl Jung and the art historian Aby Warburg, my artistic practice explores concepts of the collective unconscious and cultural … Continue reading

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Enda O’Donoghue – Berlin, Germany

Briefly describe the work you do. First and foremost I would describe myself as a painter even though I have worked, and still work, with many other mediums on quite a regular basis, for example video and photography, but I … Continue reading

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Joe Bussell – Rosedale, Kansas

Briefly describe the work you do. I have MFAs in Painting and Ceramics and currently work in in 2D and 3D. At what point I your life did you want to become an artist? My parents pushed music at an … Continue reading

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Julia Betts – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Briefly describe the work you do. I investigate the idea of transience and self through choices in material and process as part of an interdisciplinary art practice. Impermanent materials such as masking tape, scotch tape, ground digital images act as … Continue reading

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Christina Gregor – St. Louis, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m primarily a pleasure artist, though perhaps a pensive one. In all of the whimsy, the meaning is wholehearted. So even that which is in jest is also genuine. The bodies of work vary … Continue reading

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Plantbot Genetics – Canada and United States

Briefly describe the work you do. The collaborative team of Wendy DesChene (Canada) + Jeff Schmuki (USA) form PlantBot Genetics and link the environmental and social costs of bioengineered crops to a diverse array of creative operations and tactics. PlantBot … Continue reading

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Skye Gilkerson – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. Through location-specific installation, video and works on paper, I combine divergent elements from the places I have lived, exploring the social implications and possibilities of these relationships, as well as our relationship to nature. … Continue reading

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Erik Benjamins – Los Angeles, California

Briefly describe the work you do. I work across the visual, performing and culinary arts to explore how our comforts and expectations shift as we move between home and away places. I’ve recently made a vanishing cookbook, a trio of … Continue reading

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