Summary: Images of the natural world, faraway places, and anything else we might see as a photo-op.
Neighborhood: KensingtonSummary: Hi, I create large format highly detailed photographs. They emerge from my subconscious. They
are autobiographical, historical, and in general, about the metaphysical world.
Summary: Working primarily in wood, using a process of assemblage, building and carving, I try to show
people in moments of their authenticity.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: I am a mixed media artist.
Summary: Art is pure research. A dynamic process without completion.
Who am I ?
What am I ?
Where do I come ?
Where do I go ?
Why am I even here ?
and how many am I ?
Summary: I make soft machines that facilitate basic, seemingly banal, interactions that conjure overwhelming emotion in the participant.
Summary: Lizzie Scott's work explores the material presence of the urban landscape.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: I am interested in identity, memory and the discomfort of leaving in the post-modern world. With
my work I explore the fine line between reality and fiction and how photography and its inherent
artifice fill the gap.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: I paint biomorphic shapes and imaginative landscapes. My images play out narratives of my own life
as well as larger ideas of nature, society, and the changes we are bringing to our environment.
Summary: I am a writer and poet so I come to my visual art through my writing, which is why my pieces often have words. As to the politics, I believe that street art, political posters, and graffiti play the role in our culture that folk music once did. They are t
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: Landscapes and skies in fantasy colors.
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: In my work, I explore the way fleeting moments become signs and symbols of a life as lived. Through collections, lists, counting, and images, I interrogate our relationship with our lives and deaths.
Neighborhood: Crown Heights
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