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Diane Meyer

Artist Statement BERLIN  These images are from a series of 43 hand-sewn photographs that were taken along the entire roughly 100 mile circumference of the former Berlin Wall. Sections of the photographs have been obscured by cross-stitch embroidery sewn directly into the photograph. The embroidery is made to resemble pixels...

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Maurizio Anzeri

Bio Italian, b. 1969Lives and works in London, England Maurizio Anzeri intricately embroiders directly onto found photographs with colored thread, in “an alchemic process of obscuring and revealing, erasing and enhancing.” The faces of serious-looking children, sophisticated adults, and prim newlyweds are obscured by intricate threadwork masks, while leaving exposed...

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Sinta Werner

Bio Sinta Werner’s art plays with the relationship between two- and three-dimensionality, reality and image, physical presence and projection, and the intermeshing of virtual and real space. In her photo collages, installations, and sculptures, she uses the duplication of physical reality through illusory spaces or mirrors to create an irritation...

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Krista Svalbonas

Bio Krista Svalbonas ( b.1977, USA ) holds a BFA in Photography and an MFA in Interdisciplinary studies. Her work has been exhibited in a number of exhibitions including at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Spartanburg Art Museum in South Carolina, Howard Yezerski Gallery in Boston, Klompching Gallery and...

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Andrew K. Thompson

Artist Statement Thompson is an imperfectionist. He cuts and punctures, stitches, and stains. He does to photographs what mankind is doing to the planet. Thompson’s practice has a punk edge. Destruction as creation with metaphoric aims. His markers of scruffy inland Southern California—palm trees, power lines—are intentionally generic: a place,...

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Rosalie Rosenthal

PROJECT STATEMENT  Midlfe Tableaux Midlife is traditionally a nexus for recalibration; parents reach an age of needing care, children become adults, and those of us in the middle assess and adapt. Midlife Tableaux is a manifestation of that reconsideration of self through examination of significant objects in my familial histories.  ...

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Aline Smithson

PROJECT STATEMENT The Ephemeral Archive  Neuroscientist and author David Eagleman has famously written that we all die three deaths: when the body ceases to function, when the body is consigned to the grave, and “that moment, sometime in the future, when your name is spoken for the last time.” Bill...

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Safi Alia Shabaik

PROJECT STATEMENT  Love Letters to Life in the City My interest in the human condition and relentless curiosity for people and things has led me on many adventures exploring and documenting daily life on city streets. To quote Robert Frank, “I’m always looking outside, trying to look inside. Trying to...

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Lori Ordover

PROJECT STATEMENT  Silence Is.  Unlike most chaotic and cacophonous childhoods, mine was spent in silence. Growing up with a deaf mother, I spent most of my youth not being heard. My project, Silence Is evokes my experience of her through self-portraits, family photographs and empty spaces.  My mother, now 90,...

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