Monthly Archives: September 2014

Angela Carbone – Laredo, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do. My artwork embodies my personality by offering a fun exterior visual impression in an effort to obscure a darker inner narrative stemming from personal experiences. I am fascinated by pop art and its tongue … Continue reading

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Joanna Bonder – Wroclaw, Poland

Briefly describe the work you do. My projects are carried out through multimedia pictures and photography, combining traditional and modern techniques. I am trying to avoid labelling my works so I move beyond established regularities of each media. I often … Continue reading

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Sarah Hill – Austin, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do. My video practice is rooted in the idea of painting as an expanded field. I started making videos about four years ago and quickly learned that I enjoyed the process of nonlinear narrative construction. … Continue reading

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Kazu Livingstone – Malaysia

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m a political satirical artist. I try to make people think out of the voting box. I like to call what I do: Unpopular art, coz I’m definitely not wanting to be a pop … Continue reading

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Amanda Mulcahy – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. This encyclopedia collection stands as a record of my travels in the form of sculpted books. In Meteorology, I have torn the pages of this book to create the shape of a thunderstorm moving … Continue reading

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Coorain Devin – Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. First and foremost, I think critically about the world. I spend much of my time reading essays and trying to engage with as much material as I can. My work is partially my fantasies … Continue reading

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Tuo Wang – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. Through research and investigation of the documents of visual art, literature, politics and history, my work attempts to examine the unreliable relationship between cultural archive, myth and the contemporary human status. I employ various … Continue reading

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Renee Couture – Glide, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. My work explores the various relationships between capitalism, the environment, and one’s community. Through the lens of postmodern environmentalism and bio-regional ethics, my work considers the interdependence between people and nature. My practice is … Continue reading

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Helena Hsieh – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is composed of psychologically and/or emotionally charged paintings of a female figure in different spaces. I love painting the figure, and painting myself felt different than painting other people. It is much … Continue reading

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Mary Wagner – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I make machines to help me make drawings… gears moving inside gears help guide my pen. My drawing process is fluid, and the individual curves are deceptively simple, but the drawings warm and complicated through repetition. … Continue reading

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