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About 365Artists/365Days

The purpose of this project is to introduce its readership to a diverse collection of art that is being produced at the national and international level. Our goal is to engage the public with information regarding a wide array of creative processes, and present the successes and failures that artists face from day to day. The collaborators hope that this project will become a source for exploring and experiencing contemporary art in all its forms.

Kim Kei – Los Angeles, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  I am an artist primarily working in painting and photography by way of sculpture. I begin by making and applying mixed-media skins to small found bits of discarded detritus: cloth, fur, shell, bone, and … Continue reading

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Diane Rosenblum – San Francisco, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make photographs, drawings, paintings, and prints. The common thread that connects my work in these different media is that I always try to see my subjects in two ways. For example, in my … Continue reading

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Megan Geckler – Los Angeles, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  I use flagging tape, a plastic ribbon largely used for demarcation on construction sites to create large-scale, mathematically-based, linear installations. I pre-plan my work by using an architectural drawing program that allows me to … Continue reading

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Nigel Tan – Singapore/Melbourne

Briefly describe the work you do.  My main focus this year was to further explore the notion of chaos within the everyday life both within a physical as well as cognitive context. Educated as a composer, I work primarily with … Continue reading

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Deedra Baker – Denton, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do.  I have always been interested in femininity and identity. Those themes have now started to branch out into female lineage and the family archive through the interconnection of three generations of women in my … Continue reading

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Julie Greenberg – Raleigh, North Carolina

Briefly describe the work you do. I am inspired by natural phenomena and catastrophic events. My explorations for the past seven years or so have been focused around water, but more specifically engage with the effects of erosion, flooding, and … Continue reading

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Loretta Park – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. I create work that combines the flatness of two-dimensional paintings and the tactile nature of three-dimensional sculptures. I’m constantly playing with different materials and art-making processes. I use various methods such as sewing, braiding, painting … Continue reading

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Luis Sahagun – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  Currently I am interested in investigating the in-between spaces where visions, intuition and storytelling combine to create an invented reality.  Using personal stories as a starting point allows me to approach subject matter with … Continue reading

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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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