Folding Time

December 24, 2014 admin 0

In Ruin 2012 In Ruin was a process-based installation which involved the creation and destruction of a wall painting and the reformulation of the material into sculptural elements. The element and folding of time was […] […]

Sheri Heller, LCSW – Let the Phoenix Rise!

May 15, 2014 Editor 0

Rev. Sheri Heller, LCSW (Psychology Tomorrow Blog) is the creator of the Sistah Tribe-Phoenix Project, a therapeutic theater event consisting of performance, debriefing and comprehensive workshops designed to inspire and encourage healing for at-risk underserved […]

Ingrid Ung

November 26, 2013 Ingrid Ung 0

Ingrid Ung is a Swedish artist born in 1973 and working in Helsinki, Finland. She comes from a long line of feminist artists who seek to mine the ambiguous topography that lies between the genders. […] […]

Jacynthe Carrier

November 26, 2013 Jacynthe Carrier 0

Jacynthe Carrier is a Canadian artist who recently finished a stay in New York at the Unlimited Residency. She is in many ways a performance artist by name, but she often vacillates between her roles […] […]

Invisible Landscapes

January 7, 2013 Davor Sanvincenti 0

Artist Statement Davor Sanvincenti (b.1979) is an international multimedia artist from Croatia, also known by monikers such as Messmatik and Gurtjo Ningmor. He is specifically interested in the field of audiovisual research and anthropology of visual culture, particularly focused […] […]

Translatable Narratives

November 5, 2012 Rena Silverman 0

Nothing is more powerful than the transmission of signals from one human to another. Language, music, and the arts are only a few methods we use to perform in this system, we call communication. But, […] […]

Cigarettes and Bees Knees

August 20, 2012 Santina Amato 0

My work combines performance, video, sculpture and site-specific contexts to explore femininity and the female identity. Voyeuristic in its approach and adopting a deceptively childlike charm, logic and aesthetic, my work instantly transports the viewer […] […]