Neighborhood: BrownsvilleSummary: Proposing a new response to land art and reinstating craftwork into the political, my work explores
how labor can affect a material’s value and how the recontextualisation of an object can transform
Neighborhood: Red HookSummary: My work seeks to create connections and dialog between historical events and contemporary time and space.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: My current body of work explores nostalgia for a forgotten time period through the use of
photographs, blending personal and found items.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: The transformation of one material into the appearance of another is a work of theater. My work
allows the audience to simultaneously perceive an illusion and the illusionâ€™s construction.
Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: I push the boundary between photography and painting through digital manipulation.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: My found object assemblage art represents a re-evaluation of the life cycle of outdated, rusty, or broken items in a throwaway society -- the transformation of which is a metaphor for personal renewal and boundless possibilities.
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: B&W Photos from 1967 to 1970 while working as a photographer for the underground/radical
Neighborhood: Brooklyn HeightsSummary: I am interested capturing subjects in moments when they confront their own vulnerability and documenting their instinctual reactions.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: There is tranquility and power that is experienced when being at sea. I bring these senses to interior
spaces with my contemporary seascapes painted in oil on steel panels.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: Preschool Tintoretto, Life in a Videogame, Crackhead-Style, Symbolist, Erotic Information,
Briefcase full of crayons
Neighborhood: Prospect Heights
Neighborhood: Clinton Hill
Neighborhood: GreenpointSummary: Often relying on appropriated materials, my work is an un-making, an intervention into a world characterized by misinformation, “truthiness,” and other seemingly authoritative modes of representation.
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