Thread, embroidery or stitching represents not only the artistâ€™s hand, but also
a domestic, labor intensive act relatable to a global practice incorporating
domestic materials and processes typically linked to the female experience.
Constructing narratives through forms of performance and intervention in the public realm, Bejar’s
work subverts established narratives and introduces new layers of information, which illuminate
the politics of place and identity.
I produce interdisciplinary work based in tapestry, sculpture and painting. I investigate themes of
human interdependence and the "weight" of personality. My pieces often call viewers into an
individual relationship to the works.
Anthony Graves and Carla Herrera-Prats use performance and scenography—combining sculpture,
photography, painting, and video—to create gallery installations that describe contemporary labor,
power, and production.
The explores the collusion between nature and science.
Based on nature's sculptured forms Campbell induces new
definitions through fragmented objects, bending forms, concepts
and connotations of the everyday natural systems.
Interdisciplinary artist, curator and cultural entrepreneur based in NYC. His work incorporates new media technologies, cinematic narratives, performance art, and socially engaged art to explore identity, gender, and migration politics.