Monthly Archives: October 2014

Susan Rochester – Sutherlin, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m primarily a photographer, interested in the relationships between human life and wildlife, and the boundaries between our habitats and pathways and theirs. In my current work, I create dream-like photographs of taxidermied animals, … Continue reading

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Jessica Teckemeyer – Dubuque, Iowa

Briefly describe the work you do. The unreal becomes tangible through my sculptural forms. My interests include rare phenomenon, ancient mythology, monster theory, and spirituality. Based on research into these topics and observation of human behavior, concepts evolve into animal … Continue reading

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Kate Castelli – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is an intersection of prints, books, and works on paper that explores poetic and formal juxtapositions in order to connect what cannot be connected. At the root of it all is the … Continue reading

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Yvette Mayorga – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I make sculptural towers made out of frosting and found objects that stand as monuments of immigrants. They are monuments to transnational bodies that have been covered in the sweetness of the American dream. … Continue reading

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Bass Structures – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. We harness the power of sound to arrange paint on canvas.  This is done through a visual and audial experience, in which Bass Structures will sometimes collaborate with musicians and/or other sound artists.   … Continue reading

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Sanja Hurem – New York, New York and Berlin, Germany

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is primarily engaged in a process of translation, dealing with the question of how we perceive similar states of mind through a variety of media. I initially started out as a lens-based … Continue reading

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Robert Chamberlain – Boston, Massachusetts

Fountain 10 2014 Porcelain with porcelain decoration 16″ x 14.5″ x 16″ Briefly describe the work you do. I am a conceptual artist living and working in Boston, Massachusetts where I recently received my MFA from Tufts University and The School … Continue reading

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