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Ching Ching Cheng – Altadena, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  Exploring identities and cultures in scientific, psychological conditions are my main practice with various approaches using mixed mediums and found objects through drawings, paintings, sculptures and installation. Tell us about your background and how … Continue reading

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Xiao Wang – San Francisco, California

Briefly describe the work you do. My practice focuses on realism painting. By taking advantage of oil paint’s great capability of rendering alternative realities, I use mellow colors and thin glaze to create realistic figure, object and space that evoke a … Continue reading

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Teale Hatheway – Los Angeles, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make mixed media paintings and site specific installations which explore the theory that we remember environments as compilations of elements with which we develop emotional connections. I extract details (such as pattern, color, … 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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Bonnie Peterson – Houghton, Michigan

Briefly describe the work you do.  I use embroidery to investigate cultural and environmental issues. Mixing a variety of source materials such as scientific data and early explorer’s journals, I stitch words and phrases on velvet and silk fabrics to … Continue reading

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Marie Skeie – Oslo, Norway

Briefly describe the work you do.  Most of my work has a starting point in personal experience and often from social engagement. My art projects have the aim of triggering conversations that can create new questions. Through the project I’m … Continue reading

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Brian Gaither – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Briefly describe the work you do. My current work functions as a mechanism to create dialogue about the social issues that confront us in our daily life. My work critiques hierarchies within society and how those hierarchies uphold social relations … Continue reading

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