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Daniel Shieh – Hsinchu County, Taiwan

Briefly describe the work you do.  Why does one care for certain people, yet regard others almost like living objects? Why does one form prejudice against others? We tend to ignore the intrinsic human qualities of others as we walk … Continue reading

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Barbara Lubliner – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. For ten years I have re-purposed plastic bottles and metal castoffs into playful sculptures and public art. I developed the “plastic bottle building-toy system,” a method similar to an Erector set or Lincoln logs. … Continue reading

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Tatiana Stadnichenko – Russia

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is the air between the temporal architecture and artistic philosophy with the theme of instability and rethinking of the urban space and human actions there. One of my theses for research is … Continue reading

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Roger Colombik – Wimberley, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do. My studio practice is divided between sculpture and intervention/social practice based projects.  Working primarily in metal (cast and fabricated) the sculptures are often narrative, conveying fragments of a story that swims between fictions and … Continue reading

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Sarah Bouchard – Portland, Maine

Briefly describe the work you do. I am currently the Artist-in-Residence at an Masonic Temple in downtown Portland, Maine. I am working on a massive sculptural installation that explores the influence of the feminine within the Masonic Order, as it … Continue reading

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Paula Schulze – Shorewood, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. I create drawings and prints that use pattern and ornament to organize space. I’m inspired by architectural ornament, early and pre-Renaissance art, and Islamic geometry. Tell us a little about your background and how … Continue reading

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