Monthly Archives: March 2015

2014 Artist Spotlight – Daisy Patton

Have there been new developments in your work since your 365 interview? My interview was in September, which I had mentioned my solo show on the series Forgetting is so long this past December. I’m currently in a group show … Continue reading

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Guillermo Aguilar-Huerta – Germany

Briefly describe the work you do. I place my work into the discourse that exists between fashion, industrial design and concrete forms. In my artwork, geometrical abstractions dominate with a variety of exotic color combinations, which are derived from universal … Continue reading

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Valerie Constantino – Sacramento, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  My artwork develops through material and media investigations in relation to personal and global concerns. I work in a range of forms including assemblage, installation, performance and writing. Tell us about your background and … Continue reading

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Toby Zallman – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  I combine unrelated materials to represent dialectical oppositions such as hard/soft, ephemeral/enduring, open/closed and natural/fabricated. Since 2004 I have been using some form of recycled material as the basis for my pieces. The various … Continue reading

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Laurie LeBreton – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make sculptures with handmade paper. With these sculptures I try to access something beyond our concrete world and to find meaning and comfort through doing so. Sometimes I do this very directly, as … Continue reading

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Guillaume Adjutor Provost – Montreal, QC, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do.  My projects are determined by the selection and combination of elements, which together establish an open corpus. This structure serves alternately to the integration of such varied existing works including but not limited to … Continue reading

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+Brauer – Paris, France

Briefly describe the work you do. I create light robots out of recycled industrial materials. Working with recycled materials means that I must create out of existing pieces. Having in my studio a large stock of material allows me to … Continue reading

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