Monthly Archives: October 2014

Melissa Eder – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I am interested in exploring ideas related to beauty, popular culture, and kitsch. Can You Dig It? A Chromatic Series of Floral Arrangements is a series of photographs taken of floral arrangements that I … Continue reading

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Kara Gunter – West Columbia, South Carolina

Briefly describe the work you do. My concepts, and sometimes my methods and aesthetic, can vary from one body of work to the next. Generally, however, my concepts deal with the Self—my self, and the archetypal self. My current body … Continue reading

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Kim Matthews – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m a consciousness-based sculptor, meaning that in addition to formal concerns, my work deals with the evolution of consciousness. I started this work as a way to understand what was happening as I got … Continue reading

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Aldobranti Fosco Fornio – Petersfield, Hampshire, UK

Briefly describe the work you do. I am increasingly understanding my process as that of a researcher understanding my world through a drive to make images that I cannot describe in advance – my curiosity about the image , what … Continue reading

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YK Hong – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I combine traditional Korean techniques and mediums with contemporary Western themes to tackle issues of race, migration, anti-oppression, consumption and mindfulness.  Tell us a little about your background and how that influences you as … Continue reading

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Virginia Broersma – Long Beach, California

Briefly describe the work you do. The way I think about my paintings is that I use the vocabulary of the human form – the colors of its flesh, its contortions and protrusions, its extensions,curves and crevices – as the … Continue reading

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Aaron Bos-Wahl – Queens, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. My creative activity rests on the idea of interconnection as an ecological and spiritual reality. I engage in artmaking, in part, as a form of spiritual practice – attempting to touch the fundamental. Often … Continue reading

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