Tag Archives: narrative

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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Billie Giese – DeKalb, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. Ideas drive my media choices. I have a very deep desire to interact physically with the processes of different materials. Thematically, I have explored personal narratives and memories for the past two decades. The … Continue reading

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Samual Weinberg – Saint Paul, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do.  Enigmatic narrative paintings, if I’m being as brief as possible. But, a little less brief, my paintings are imagined situations or struggles dealing with the nature of meaning and knowledge, which simultaneously navigate the … Continue reading

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Stephen Honicki – Scotia, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. Whether it be a classic Hitchcock mystery or a contemporary daytime soap opera, the dramatic interplay between characters in a make-believe world has strongly influenced my work as an artist.  As a photographer, my … Continue reading

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Meredith Kennedy – Elgin, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I make photographs about themes or subjects that have had some sort of an impact in my life. My work ranges from depictions of depression to themes about Christian culture and even my documented … Continue reading

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Eleen Lin – Long Island City, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. As a Third Culture Kid inhabiting in non-places of generic cities, I have always been concerned with the subject of cultural hybridity. In the age of cultural cannibalism where everything is brought together and … Continue reading

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Jennifer Scheuer -Ithaca, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I often work in lithography, photogravure, papermaking and book arts; and as a printmaker really enjoy thinking about how to construct an image through technique and materials. I am specifically interested in art and … Continue reading

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Tuo Wang – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. Through research and investigation of the documents of visual art, literature, politics and history, my work attempts to examine the unreliable relationship between cultural archive, myth and the contemporary human status. I employ various … Continue reading

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Helena Hsieh – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is composed of psychologically and/or emotionally charged paintings of a female figure in different spaces. I love painting the figure, and painting myself felt different than painting other people. It is much … Continue reading

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Michelle Wilson – Oakland, California

Briefly describe the work you do.            My work fluctuates between contemplative activism and personal narrative. It takes the form of handmade papers, prints, artist books, sculptures, installations and social practice interventions. In the nonlinear narratives … Continue reading

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