Monthly Archives: November 2015

Derek Glenn Martin – Syracuse, New York

Briefly describe your work. Interdisciplinary/site-specific/installation. Over the past few years my work and the projects I have been embarking upon are increasing in scale and complexity therefore making has taken a backseat to planning. One thread that can be traced … Continue reading

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Laura Stein – New York City, New York

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make collages out of paper.  Usually, I have some preconceived ideas about the colors and the composition.  Sometimes I successfully execute the idea right off.  But many times I realize it is not … Continue reading

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Gil Gijón – Puertollano, Ciudad Real, Spain

Briefly describe the work you do. My most recent work reproduce old photographs, rescued from family albums, using household dust and lint from the people who appear in them. The reason for choosing an element like dust is in its … Continue reading

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Sofía Botero – Bogota, Colombia

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work builds on the quotidian, on personal and intimate stories and little details of daily life. It results from exploring routines, manias, memories, obsessions, and from an acute screening of the space I … Continue reading

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Virginia Derryberry – Asheville, North Carolina

Briefly describe the work you do.  Recent work includes large scale oil on canvas figure paintings along with fabric/costume constructions that blend narrative elements from mythology and alchemy, the forerunner of modern science. The intent is to suggest multiple interpretations … Continue reading

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Nicole Ovalle Garcés – Santiago, Chile

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is comprised of painting, drawing, collage, photography, shibori and weave. The presence of technical of textiles, the relation of the men with the textiles, as well as human consciousness. The pieces for these have … Continue reading

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Sarah Shamash – Vancouver, BC, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do.  As a media artist, my works typically circumvent the art market, and generally don’t require gallery walls. My works tend to be transitory experiences, rather than material objects; in this sense, they are difficult … Continue reading

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