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Andrea Manning Last Updated: 11/21/14
I make small to large scale ephemeral soft sculptures and installations out of paint that explore the space where binaries exist simultaneously in the same being.
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Sono Osato Last Updated: 05/13/10
Originating in just how far I could take "fortified" paint to the point of sculpture, I now incorporate objects that imply language directly into the surface so that the paintings are a hybrid of terrain and text.
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Valerie Hallier Last Updated: 03/10/19
Using multiple media from the net to site installation, my work is conceptual and project based. I’m interested in staging and visualizing the tension created when control and its release try to coexist as a curated chaos.
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Deanna Lee Last Updated: 12/27/14
Paintings and drawings developed from patterns and traces of growth and decay in the natural world and the built environment.
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Susan Bowen Last Updated: 07/31/10
I shoot overlapping multiple exposure photography, panoramic in shape, with a plastic camera (Holga). These unplanned juxtapositions capture my experience of a particular time and place and at the same time have an identity all their own.
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Joel Morrison Last Updated: 08/11/12
I re-appropriate peoples trash into collages that speak both of the detritus of our modern age and about their identity as viewed through the lens of their waste.
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Ian Umlauf Last Updated: 11/13/13
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Stern Emily Last Updated: 06/10/10
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Paul Campbell Last Updated: 07/12/16
I use kids toys and common household objects to make paintings. My first major solo show in NY was called “Remote Control” at Roebling Hall Gallery in 2009. The paintings were made with remote control cars.
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Anne Polashenski Last Updated: 08/23/12
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Tracy E Phillips Last Updated: 11/05/14
Paintings that explore both figurative and abstract imagery that hold in common narratives that touch on psychological themes.
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William Herwig Last Updated: 07/01/10
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Adrienne Moumin Last Updated: 07/19/20
Hand-printed B&W photographs and hand-cut-and-assembled silver gelatin photo collages.
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Margaret Noel Last Updated: 02/09/18
My recent body of work uses cut paper layered with soot and encaustic to trace the gradual reconstruction of a city after a natural disaster. These salvaged materials are reassembled into forms that are both timeless and transient.
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Lizzie Scott Last Updated: 05/16/15
Lizzie Scott's work explores the material presence of the urban landscape.
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Sophy Naess Last Updated: 09/16/10
LIVES AND WORKS
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Nicholas Fraser Last Updated: 03/20/18
Site-specific installations in ephemeral materials. Videos mapping the un-mappable. A fascination with our irrepressible compulsion to connect and communicate despite the inevitable breakdown of those communications being clearly received
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Sarah Vogwill Last Updated: 02/19/12
I'm currently working with found images primarily from sixties and seventies pictorial magazines that I interrupt with over-printed digital drawings and words which introduces a layer of commentary, free association or disruption.
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Chelsea Herman Last Updated: 05/15/14
Cellular Sweep explores the aesthetic of the spill and the splatter through 8 channels of colorful HD projection.
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Rachel B. Abrams Last Updated: 02/28/19
Many of my works are scientific in nature and are the products of years of experimentation, developing once an identifiable connection is made, with historical threads both apparent and esoteric.
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