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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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Alexander Wtges – Panamá, República de Panamá

Briefly describe the work you do.  I design icons and images with which to make a series of compositions to play with the perception. Tell us about your background and how that has had an influence on your work and … Continue reading

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Marsha McDonald – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. For over two decades, I have undertaken a site-specific “intuitive exploration” of landscapes (including houses) I have lived in or traveled to. My work is intentionally meditative, recording relationships (human, archeological, poetic) that exist … Continue reading

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Jacob Rowan – Jackson, Mississippi

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make drawings in response to what I read. They are not illustrations of events or characters, but rather an externalization of the mental imagery invoked by the experience of literature. I want to … Continue reading

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Kirk Amaral Snow – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is sculpture, probably in the broadest sense of the word. I borrow forms that exist in our built world and shift their meaning through different strategies. Construction grade materials are combined with … Continue reading

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