Tag Archives: installation art

Gregg Schlanger – Ellensburg, Washington

Briefly describe the work you do.  I work primarily in installations and community public art projects. Many of my projects continue to reinforce my objective to collaborate with the sciences. I examine environmental issues through a long process of educating myself on the … Continue reading

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Charlotte Becket – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. Our environment is one where automation, information, consumerism, progress and erosion are collapsed into a muddle that both celebrates and questions its status quo. The mechanical sculptures I construct explore the complexities of this … Continue reading

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Kristin Bauer – Tempe, Arizona

Briefly describe the work you do. My artwork consists of installations, sculptures, paintings and work in other media inspired by the combination of word and image in communication and meaning-making.  More specifically I am influenced by a huge spectrum of … Continue reading

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Carolina Maki Kitagawa – Tucson, Arizona

Briefly describe the work you do. In recent works, I challenge modalities of identification with the encompassing human need for a told story. My method of live story telling allows me to wrap myself in words to the exclusion of the … Continue reading

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Jennifer Omaitz – Kent, Ohio

Briefly describe the work you do. My work explores states of change between order and chaos that relate to an experience or environmental shift. Painting and Installation Art are modes of communicating the sensitivity to environmental factors; these practices provide … Continue reading

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Cory Imig – Kansas City, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. Much of my current work is primarily sculpture and installation based. The work is usually an attempt to document time and objects that change over time. The way I have been exploring these ideas … Continue reading

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Rachel Herrick – Raleigh, North Carolina

Briefly describe the work you do. The simplest way to explain what I do is that I make up absurd lies that I then try to convince people are true by making all kinds of believable evidence (ceramic artifacts, documentaries, … Continue reading

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