Nicole Duennebier
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Nicole Duennebier

Natural phenomenon – dermoid cysts, fungus, invasive flora/fauna – and my love of candied, old-master, opulence have a constant presence in my work. Through painting with attention to detail, I’ve become accustomed to the fact that nature itself, or anything living really, never totally allows you to have a perfectly idealized experience. Everything is always … Continue reading

Swell at Grin
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Swell at Grin

Swell Al Straggas, Andrew Collins, Brett Henrikson, Carl Lostritto, Carol Scavotto, Chris Mongeau, Clark Mclean Graham, Claudia Cron, Eben Haines, Emily Jay, Erik Davis-Heim, Francesca Caruso, Hannah Kirkpatrick, Heather Leigh Mcpherson, Ian Deleon, Jennifer Sussman, Jon Verney, Johnny Ray, Kate Drewniak, Katherine Wildman, Katrina Ellis, Kit Lagreze, Leah Piepgras, Lena Schmid, Leslie Schomp, Matthew King, … Continue reading

Marilyn Arsem: THIS is Performance Art
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Marilyn Arsem: THIS is Performance Art

THIS is Performance Art  Performance art is now. Performance art is live. Performance art reveals itself in the present. The artist engages in the act of creation as s/he performs. Performance art’s manifestation and outcome cannot be known in advance. Re-enactment of historical work is theater, not performance art. Performance art is real. Performance art … Continue reading

Sarah Hill
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Sarah Hill

“No one has ever written, painted, sculpted, modeled, built, or invented except literally to get out of hell.” ~ Artaud The performance I’m Fine is deeply concerned with moving the audience into a state of feeling, through anger on the part of the performer. In this way I view my practice as cathartically dialogical. When I say catharsis I mean: To … Continue reading

Zev Farber
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Zev Farber

Zev Farber’s recent work takes the form of multimedia installations which present deconstructed, character-driven narratives that address the complexities of various types of systems. Farber produces work primarily utilizing digital technologies – photo, video, interactive media, and sound – in order to complicate notions of authorship and authenticity. Often, his work will emphasize the duality … Continue reading