Surveillance is now part of our everyday lives. The Surveillance Series asks "Who is Watching?,"
"Who is being watched?." "What is real?." The Snooze iPhone clandestine subway commuter portraits capture unguarded moments of our public lives
Elizabeth Erazo Baez is a Latina artist who is known for her ability to capture the cultural emotional nuances of the Puerto Rican experience. Baez's visually stimulating art of folklore, tradition and nostalgia are rich in color.
I am a painter, animator and mixed media installation artist. My work celebrates the human spirit and life on our planet in all its forms. I am also a producer for Brooklyn Free Speech TV and curate and present NUGGETS a show on video-art.
abstract, work with different materials like wood, plaster,metal,dried corn husk, dried banana leaves, lava sand, oil paint, etc. The works hang on the wall, but some of them have a sculptural feeling. They are very simple in approach.
Can art represent the technological innovations of today that evolve at an almost self-destructive
pace? I attempt to address this evolution through the design and execution of a multi-dimensional
In various materials my work explores the notion of cycles in which we partake in
consciously and unconsciously. By using tracks, roads, and gates as universal symbols in our
surroundings I attempt to challenge everyday preset ways.
My work evolves through an intuitive relationship [dialogue]. Rather than being 'made',
it happens upon itself by layering and erasing. I respond. Manipulate. Redirect..for ultimately I am
responsible for every mark that remains..
My work focuses on "Scriptograms"; gestural writings that can express ideas beyond the actual
meaning of the words and their typical coding. The materials I use reflect an ambiguity of place
where meaning can have alternate interpretations.