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Aljaz Celarc – Rotterdam, Netherlands

Briefly describe the work you do. I am an artist and a geographer. In order to communicate my ideas I fuse sculpture, installation, land art and photography. A multimedia practice offers me a chance to establish a learning connection with … Continue reading

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Alejo Schatzky – Buenos Aires, Argentina

Briefly describe the work you do.  I work with photography. My main subject is landscape. But I prefer to create new geographies rather than recreate reality. For me, photography is not a device to document things as they are but … Continue reading

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Marina Morón – Sevilla-Granada/Andalucia/Spain

Briefly describe the work you do. We are not focused on producing an aesthetic. Against ratio we find intuition. Against the light, representation of the place acquires the status of chromatic sequence that all cultural landscape contains. Image explores the … Continue reading

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Josh Johnson – Dekalb, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I create figurative landscapes of individuals traversing a harsh, post-civilized environment. These images examine one’s relationship within a society increasingly devoid of shared meaning or consequence. Detached figures are left to meander through an … Continue reading

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David Rowe – Las Vegas, Nevada

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make large wall based sculptures addressing concerns of landscape and environment. They exist somewhere between abstraction and realism. The work is created from widely available materials such as plywood, 2x4s and cardboard. The … Continue reading

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Talita Zaragoza – Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil

Briefly describe the work you do.  I work mostly with photography and drawings. Nature has a big influence on my creations, being the subject photographed or the inspiration for my drawings. The drawings although are all abstract, one can always … Continue reading

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Cassie Marie Edwards – Madison, South Dakota

Briefly describe the work you do. My recent studio work centers on a series of still life paintings done in oil that are intended to explore the boundaries of representational art. The paintings feature small-scale sets that contain ceramic figurines … Continue reading

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Caity Fares – Berkeley, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  My practice is rooted in photography and I am especially drawn towards utilizing analog film and handmade cameras to create imagined landscapes. Timeless aesthetics such as horizon lines, skyscapes, and mountains inspire me, and … Continue reading

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Hannah Skoonberg – Bowling Green, Kentucky

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work often combines delicate cut paper with relief and photographic processes. I work on translucent Japanese paper that accentuates the fragility of the work. Recurring themes revolve around my interest in landscape, grief, … Continue reading

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Stephanie Clark – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do.   My most recent work concerns my physicality in locale and environment. While residing in different communities over time, my work has become oracular in nature: each painting revealing itself through my time spent … Continue reading

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