Edward Ubiera is a Brooklyn-based artist working in drawing, painting, sculpture, and print-making.
His practice focuses on illustration and collage that teeters between the figurative, the literal and
Dialoguing with the history of feminist artists who positioned their bodies as sites for production
and political intervention, my video, performance, and 2D works aim to highlight the
ways in which the body is both seen and felt.
The project pairs diverse abstract imagery, using a diptych format as paintings, photographs and
sculptural installations. The differing nature of the two images functions as subject matter,
similar to sound variations in music.
I work with mixed media painting, photography, film and installation. I use materials such as cardboard and paper to construct architectural forms. I also experiment on film and sound with my installation work.
Jayoung Yoon deals with the perception of being present in a moment. By using the ephemeral,
tactile qualities of materials, she tries to transform the invisible thoughts in mind into her physical
art works, and allow the viewer to dis-
My work considers the complexities of visual spatiality and materiality; my paintings oscillate between the physical and material space of the world and the pictorial and more subtly material 'space' of the painted surface.
Under the influence of poetry, my work is based on a personal history that manifests as visual
poetry, sculpture, drawing, photos, and installations that often acts as a lense on the common
scenes and objects.