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Insights into Contemporary Art

Teresa Murta

Teresa Murta

Teresa Murta on the perpetual need to create, preparing for a solo exhibition in Lisbon, and an ever evolving practice.

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Brea Weinreb

Courtesy of the Artist and OCHI. Photo by Deen Babakhyi

Brea Weinreb

Brea Weinreb on a practice influenced by German painting, the studio as a stage, & working in constantly evolving series.

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Nick McPhail

Nick McPhail

Nick McPhail on moving from music to art, multiple upcoming solo exhibitions, and beginning to incorporate the figure into new works.

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Cecilia Fiona

Cecilia Fiona

Cecilia Fiona on an evolving practice, working towards a solo exhibition in London, and making sculptures that transform through time.

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Allison Wade

Allison Wade

Allison Wade on changing careers to focus on art, a practice that combines a wide range of media, and creating work unified by material and color.

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Jeffly Gabriela Molina

Jeffly Gabriela Molina

Jeffly Gabriela Molina on early memories of making art, creating a body of work about home, family, and work, and revisiting a deeply personal migration experience.

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Andreia Santana

Andreia Santana

Andreia Santana on working with iridescent glass & chainmail, creating biomorphic armatures, & maintaining a studio practice with deep conceptual roots.

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Ville Kansanen

Ville Kansanen

Ville Kansanen on the process of becoming a self-taught artist, searching for ways to charge sculptural objects with meaning, and managing projects across multiple mediums.

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Naomi White

Naomi White

Naomi White on finding inspiration in the Pictures Generation, completing a complex new series, & exploring how inequities influence one another.

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Maya Fuji

Maya Fuji

Maya Fuji on upcoming exhibitions, experimenting with new materials, & exploring the interplay of mythological tales & lessons with personal experiences.

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Mario Abela

Mario Abela

Mario Abela on an artistic journey shaped by early memories, challenging our belief in human exceptionalism, & exploring the intricate tapestry of existence.

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Julia Taszycka

Julia Taszycka

Julia Taszycka on growing up in the Polish art world, observing the socio-political sphere, & maintaining a dual perspective.

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Claire Christerson

Claire Christerson

Claire Christerson on working with ceramics, finding inspiration in New York City, and creating pieces that feel both strong and powerful.

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Peihang Benoit

Peihang Benoit

Peihang Benoit on finding early inspiration, working towards a number of exhibitions, & the importance of key concepts such as time, space, memory & identity.

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Bianca Barandun

Bianca Barandun

Bianca Barandun on the verbalization of our recollections, questions of meaning and interpretation, and the unconventional use of materials.

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Renata Cassiano Alvarez

Renata Cassiano Alvarez

Renata Cassiano Alvarez on communicating through material, preparing for two solo shows, and language as transformation, archaeology and memory.

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Yuval Pudik

Yuval Pudik

Yuval Pudik on early memories relating to art, working on a range of long term projects, & moving fluidly between a wide variety of media.

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Robin Crookall

Robin Crookall

Robin Crookall on growing up with creative parents, the sculptural ability of light, and the modern human struggle to coexist with the natural world.

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Bec Imrich

photo by Poppy Lynch

Bec Imrich

Bec Imrich on being observant and sensitive, developing new concepts for upcoming exhibitions, & and interest in how the body stores memories.

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Bradley Marshall

Bradley Marshall

Bradley Marshall on early experiences with photography, researching and experimenting in the studio, & working in an ever-evolving practice.

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