Driving around America for the last six years trying to cover as much of it as I could, going from one
political hotspot to the next, one thing has been clear politicians and the press create a constant
hysteria of the now.
Working across a variety of media, Held engages design and art as highly compatible disciplines.
His work employs the languages of craft, minimalism, and contemporary design to recontextualize
functional forms and their associate meanings.
The Peanut is a recurring subject in my work.
The simple line of its organic form and the inherent duality in the peanut, (two nuts in one shell)
acting as a metaphor for the conflict in the human character.
Originating as performance, my figurative drawings and paintings − preferably life-size and beyond − deal with the fundamental inter-relatedness and interdependence of all living things and the constraints imposed by our physica
I combine fragments of politically-charged dialogue with drawing, painting, collage, and digital media in order to critique social, economic, and political systems of domination, and to explore methods for advancing radical social change.
NOTOS, aka Chris Larson, is a visual artist utilizing digital art, mixed media, sculpture, and
collage combined with elements of light & motion, to open thought provoking discussion with an
aim to explore and generate social change.
Anne-Marie is a fiber artist revisiting traditional techniques through a computational media lens.
Respecting the delicate constraints of the materials, she creates geometries/surfaces that explore
the multifaceted condition of reality.