Tag Archives: Social Practice

Crystal Cudworth – Sauk City, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.  My practice investigates the deep sea fishing industry and its rapid decline due to federal fish quotas. My father was a long-lining captain for fifty years, so the subject interests me as a way … Continue reading

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Juliette Walker – Madison, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.   As an artist, I see myself as a maker of objects, spaces, conversations, and communities. My art practice is socially based and often takes form as events, installations, and interactions. In many situations I perform … Continue reading

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Caroline Phillips – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Briefly describe the work you do.  Overall, my practice explores typologies of feminism, in particular the exploration of new ontologies beyond binary subjectivities. The conjuncture of craft practices and minimalist form activates relationships of movement, embodiment and affect. Using recycled … Continue reading

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Katrina Neumann – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I work on many projects at once that revolve around the ideas of new romanticism, slowness, wanderlust, cartography, and a political call to the return of yesterday’s pastimes for the preservation of today’s environment. … Continue reading

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Thomas Hellstrom – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. I work with images. I make large scale photo installations engaging place and community in addition to online projects. Working in photography since 1989 I’ve amassed a 25 year archive: SUGAR IS COMBUSTIBLE: Photo … Continue reading

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Linda Bond – Weston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. My work explores the mediated experience of wartime. As an American artist, much of my understanding of our country’s involvement in the Middle East and South Asia develops from the articles I read, or … Continue reading

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Cayla Skillin-Brauchle – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. Ownership over possessions as well as ownership over individual or collective thought both fascinate me. My work spans a variety of media and takes the form of interactive art events and meditative studio based … Continue reading

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