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Olek Crochets Like Mad.

Olek, born Agata Oleksiak, is a Polish artist who has chosen crocheting as her preferred art medium so that she can simultaneously watch movies and make art. This stuff is borderline (or maybe not so borderline) obsessive compulsive; one can only imagine that she is dreaming about crocheting while sleeping and thinking about it practically...Read...
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The Circular Tales Of Ben Beres

When viewed from afar, Seattle artist Ben Beres’ circular etchings read as abstract patterning, but closer inspection reveals elaborate stories arrayed on circular pages. The exterior text is clearly legible, but the writing becomes progressively more difficult to read as it winds its way to both the center of the composition and the narrative. The...Read...
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Explosions Of Color Sarah Moli Newton Applebaum

Ever since interviewing Chandra Bocci way back when, I’ve been looking for another 3D artist that utilized shapes and textures in a way that felt equally powerful to me. I haven’t really found one… until today, with the work of Sarah Applebaum! By weaving fabric into patterns that are just bursting with color and texture...Read...
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Sun Wu-Kong Reinvented

Sun Wu-Kong is a character in Chinese lore that I grew up with, so it is of particular interest to me that Alexis Gideon will be reinventing it in rock opera form. This will be showing at Disjecta at 8:00pm on September 3rd. Check out this description: A one-hour multimedia video opera based on the...Read...
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Used Clothing Yields Art For Derick Melander

Textiles are amongst the most wasteful items human beings consume on a regular basis, so why not turn ugly secondhand clothing into art? Derick Melander does it. Stacks of textiles are oriented by color to create neat vertical columns that practically paintings when viewed from afar, complete with drips and all.  
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Tadashi Moriyama’s Organic Cities

Tadashi Moriyama’s cityscapes are woven with tendrils of organic patterning, and his subjects are equal parts human biology and urban planning schematic. Moriyama’s blending of interior and exterior space creates an intense sense of movement in his pieces, and the eye is constantly shifting as his fluid linework directs the eye to every corner of...Read...
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