Monthly Archives: October 2014

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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Molly Segal – Los Angeles, California

Briefly describe the work you do. My painting practice explores psychological ambiguities within intimate spaces. I use personal experiences and relationships as a starting point to investigate ideas about fear, desire, recklessness, and honesty. Currently, I’m working on a portrait … Continue reading

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Norwood Viviano – Plainwell, Michigan

Briefly describe the work you do. For the past four years I have focused on three related bodies of work that deal with landscape after industry moves on. These projects are complementary as each tells a story of population shift … Continue reading

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Tony Conrad – Appleton, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. I am mainly a painter who dabbles in collage and drawing. The focus of my work in years past has explored stereotypes and oddities surrounding the ‘outdoorsman’ culture. A lot of my work deals … Continue reading

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Corey Dunlap – Los Angeles, California

Briefly describe the work you do. Working primarily in sculpture, installation and photography, my practice is concerned with the perception of the corporeal and the mechanics behind such material negotiation.  Drawing from the aesthetics and devices of body oriented objects … Continue reading

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Ewa Wesolowka – Poland

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m working with light-sound installations. I have very traditional sculptural background but since a few years I’m in installations link to the idea of light and darkness. It touches the question how we remember … Continue reading

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Sandee McGee – Winston, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. I primarily work in Photography. I’ve always been interested in the idea of it; how it developed as a technology and the history of it. I think its fascinating how technological developments happen alongside … Continue reading

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