I am interested in painting as a lens through which to reconcile my perception of the corporeal world
with intangible notions of intense human emotion, experience and meaning. It is an understanding
of art as a treatise on human nature.
I am interested in our bodies, their weight, the actual corporeal feeling of them, our denial of
them, hybridity, sexuality. I am interested in religious and ceremonial aesthetics and symbolism-
how we as humans make sense of ourselves.
Fine Art Photographer based in Red Hook Brooklyn working in Digital and Analog film medium from
35mm to 8x10 film with an emphasis on night time imagery and provocative interpretations of
contemporary society and our place in it.
Sabrina Barrios’ work create the illusion of parallel dimensions and the possibility of co-existing
realities. In a mix of science, mythology and psychology, her geometric structures have symbols–
to question what we understand as real.
My works are meditations on the search for balance between the inner and outer world, and on the perception of our impermanence; a reflection on the universality of the human experience, and on the necessity for a radical reverence for life
Natalia de Campos is a multidisciplinary artist working in performance, theater, text, sound, video, interactive media, and translation. Since 1999, she creates works in New York also under “Syncretic Pleasures”.
My interest in the labyrinth as a structure is based in the circle. Here, the circle turns in on itself,
and raises the question of reality. In postmodern practice, could also revolve around her
“uniqueness-reproducibility axis,” allowing the artist
My work is an investigation of the codes and constructs of place, transit, and home. I engage with
found sources, and the elements of language, meaning, and context to reinterpret the pre-existing
notions of dwelling