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Insights into Contemporary Art

In June Park

In June Park

In June Park on the desire to assess and analyze the given environment, finding a new community through painting, & meditating on points of contact where the inside meets the outside.

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Brittany Miller

Brittany Miller

Brittany Miller on making work for an upcoming solo exhibition, using line in a rhythmic way, & exploring dreams, mythology, & magic.

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Britt Ransom

Britt Ransom

Britt Ransom on a practice shifting to focus on family history, exploring other species and our declining climate, and interrogating computerized attempts to replicate complex forms in nature.

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Eli Durst

Eli Durst

Eli Durst on falling in love with photography, a practice centered on discovering things in the world, and publishing a second monograph.

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Galina Kurlat

Galina Kurlat

The artist discusses working while under the influence of limitations, distilling the body’s presence, and a non-linear trajectory.

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Anya Roberts-Toney

Anya Roberts-Toney

Anya Roberts-Toney discusses making art at a very young age, exploring ideas of the visibility / consumability of the female body, & a process that involves reacting intuitively to each painting.

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Julia Gutman

Julia Gutman

Julia Gutman on growing up in a creative house, working towards a major solo exhibition, & embroidery as an expressive & subversive power.

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Hasani Sahlehe

Hasani Sahlehe

Hasani Sahlehe on making paintings that address spirituality, art as a means to initiate healing, & creating a universe that has an ever-expanding language.

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Laura Berger

Laura Berger

Laura Berger discusses art as an avenue for healing, making new work in anticipation of Art Miami, painting as a way to touch upon emotions, & the psychology of color & spatial reslationships.

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Abi Salami

Abi Salami

Abi Salami discusses creating art as a full-time career, making new works with complex compositions & topics, working in series as a means to convey a message, & completing a residency at Field Projects.

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Susan Chen

Susan Chen

Susan Chen on spending countless hours at art museums, painting portraits over Zoom, making work in response to social & psychological issues, & the many avenues available for discovering new work.

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Yannick Lowery

Yannick Lowery

Yannick Lowery discusses early memories of making art, exploring analog animations of paper collages, the way we use digital gestures to communicate a collective of understanding, & a practice rooted in commonalities.

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Akihiro Boujoh

Akihiro Boujoh

Akihiro Boujoh on architecture as an entry point to art, a constantly evolving practice, making work that responds to the natural world, & finding inspiration in daily life.

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Christopher Desanges

Christopher Desanges

Christopher Desanges on developing a photographic voice, light as a form of art-making, reflecting on a complicated campus experience, & photography as a tool to convey feelings of discomfort and anxiety.

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Kira Dominguez Hultgren

Kira Dominguez Hultgren

Kira Dominguez Hultgren discusses a diverse education, the intimacy of weaving & the impact of mentorship, the performance of identity, & evolving cultural touch points.

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Dominic Hawgood

Dominic Hawgood

Dominic Hawgood speaks on his mother as an early inspiration, an ever evolving practice that incorprates a range of technology and imaging, a modular approach to making & a fascination with CGI.

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Vanessa da Silva

Vanessa da Silva

Grant winner Vanessa da Silva discusses how art can provide a sense of purpose, phases of transformation, sculpture as a tool to improve psychological wellbeing, & collaborations with local choreographers and dancers.

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Jinyong Park

Jinyong Park

Jinyong Park on finding meaning as an artist, language identity, a practice which incorporates linguistic experience, & the process of translating abstract perceptions into imaginative hieroglyphs.

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Juan C. Giraldo

Juan C. Giraldo

Giraldo illuminates a project based practice, a body of work that offers insightful, alternative narratives, and the rewarding connections that come from sharing one's work

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Maja Ruznic

photo: Theo Schear

Maja Ruznic

The artist discusses a rigorous studio practice, inspiration derived from mulitple sources & illuminates the complex meanings encoded in her work

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