Category Archives: New Media

Angelica Verdan – Charlottesville, Virginia

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work deconstructs the form and function of technology in society. Using projection, video, and appropriation, I isolate individual elements of the digital world and juxtapose them with the physical world to highlight our … Continue reading

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Patrick Lichty – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  I look at how we shape reality through mediation. This can be as simple as looking at how the process of perception translates the world into an artwork to how I create surreal 3D … Continue reading

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Joseph Amodei – Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make work because I find the creative reorganization of culturally relevant ideas to be an effective way in which to reveal and interrogate the assumptions often held by myself and those around me. … Continue reading

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John O’Hare – Cambridge, United Kingdom

Briefly describe the work you do. I work in a variety of media although I don’t aspire for expertise in any specific area which is a key aspect of my practice. I am interested in lending expression to the thoughts … 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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Uriel Ziv – Kfar Saba Israel

Briefly describe the work you do. I base my artwork on the need to integrate motion, or something that hints at motion (e.g. video, light, sound, motors, etc.), in passive objects. Also, by including disruption, repetition and the use of … Continue reading

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