Joanna Tam: I’m American
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Joanna Tam: I’m American

* * * I think of Joanna Tam‘s work as interrogating systems.  As pure a researcher as the Art World has ever seen, Joanna brings a careful, calculated consideration to subjects such as personalizing data (107,594) and studying her own place within US culture  (I’m American,  Reduction Study). Would you expect much less from an artist who originally studied to be a computer scientist? … Continue reading

Lilly McElroy
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Lilly McElroy

I grew up in southern Arizona, surrounded by cliché representations of my own experiences. There were cowboys riding bulls, coyotes howling on moonlit nights, beautiful sunsets, and vicious bar brawls. Those experiences have been translated into epic photographs and playfully antagonistic videos. The projects that I produce are a reflection of my complex relationship with … Continue reading

Joe Joe Orangias
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Joe Joe Orangias

When considering relationships between the body and architecture, it must be understood that structures are not empty. Various devices exist between the two, including clothing, objects and infrastructural elements. These mediating devices have the potential to harmoniously bridge the individuality of a person, or a social body, to a given space. Through the agency of … Continue reading

Cathy McLaurin
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Cathy McLaurin

The North Wind and the Sun is an engagement with and articulation of the impact of globalized economies upon and into existent historical political, and social situations in a community in significant transition both economically and demographically – much like the United States as a whole.  It is an interrogation of what meaning can be made … Continue reading