Donald Groscost explores the natural world through the arena of memory and the subconscious
whereby a myriad of cultural references as disparate as animated films, children’s books or visual
technologies often collide in a single form
My recent sculpture is built with reclaimed wood. Using weathered material, I appropriates the histories of her salvaged material to create structures that evoke the living processes of an organism. My work, biomorphic yet geometric abstrac
My drawings play with aleatory actions: fluctuating between control and abandon. While I spill, pour, inject, and tip, I also create situations in which my input is limited and conditions may unfold on their own.
Ilana H-B is an interdisciplinary artist born in Brooklyn, NY. She received a BA in Art at Yale, and
is a 2016 MFA at Columbia University. She creates work that explores relationships between
surface, humor, failure, & individuation.
Ink drawings on handmade paper that grow through the accretion of tiny marks. Older work explores natural and manmade geometry in naturally reflective pigments on stone and in glass stitched to stainless steel mesh.
In my work the machine is simultaneously a stand-in for the figure and an icon of modernity, rationalism, and the global economy. The narrative of my machine is one of fallible logic that is both personal and globally systemic.
I am a Filipina-Canadian multi-disciplinary artist interested in investigating relationships between
material impermanence and trans-cultural memory. I work in sculpture, installation, performance
and 2D works.