Tag Archives: Site-specific

Derek Glenn Martin – Syracuse, New York

Briefly describe your work. Interdisciplinary/site-specific/installation. Over the past few years my work and the projects I have been embarking upon are increasing in scale and complexity therefore making has taken a backseat to planning. One thread that can be traced … Continue reading

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Katie Westmoreland – Astoria, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I transcribe the passage of light as it sifts through windows, curtains, found objects, architecture, and landscape.   From the initial experience of viewing filtered light, I consider elements of the visual and sensorial experience … Continue reading

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Rachel Eng – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. When I search the word “small” in the thesaurus many words associated with insignificance and being inappreciable come up. Why is something that is described as small associated with being unimportant? I think the opposite; the … Continue reading

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Robert Howsare – Kansas City, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. Through a rigorous material and process-based studio practice, my work investigates anomalies occurring in systems. My work explores optics, printmaking and the apparatus through an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates drawing, installation and projection. Tell … Continue reading

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