Redefining Meaning with Experimental Sculpture: An Interview with Bryce Kroll
Brittle enclosure, 2020, 6 x 12” x 19”, Car door panel, plywood, nylon rope Bryce Kroll lives and works in Brooklyn. He holds a BFA from School of Visual Arts, New York (2013). His sculptures utilize discarded objects that he disassembles, obscures, un-makes, and recombines in experimental …
Studio Tour: Andrea Belag
Andrea Belag is an abstract painter living and working in New York City. In this video, she shows us around her studio and answers questions about her artistic influences, challenges she has overcome, and why people find it difficult to accept abstraction in our non-visual culture.
Textile Design, Gender, and Insulation Blankets: An Interview with Helen O’Connor
Restless Star, 2017 Helen O'Connor received her B.F.A. in Textile Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017. In 2018 she moved to Maryland to pursue a career as a thermal blanket technician designing, fabricating and installing insular blankets for aeronautic and spacecraft …
A Conversation with Coco Lim Haas
Coco Lim Haas is an artist living and working in Brooklyn. Her primary medium is ceramics but she also makes abstract and figurative paintings. In our conversation we talk about her journey from art school to culinary school, the value artists attribute to their work, what attracts us to art, and …
A Conversation with Samiha Alam
Samiha Alam is a 2019 MICA grad who works primarily in sculpture but has a background in painting and graphic design. Her work deals with issues of identity, migration, and memory, and often includes pluralisms that mirror her multi-cultural identity as a Bengali-American.
A Conversation with Destiny Belgrave
Destiny Belgrave is a multi-disciplinary artist who works primarily with papercuts. She depicts moments of tenderness and warmth, often inspired by stories of her family, and influenced by her Caribbean-American background. She is a 2020 A.I.R. Fellowship recipient and her work has most recently …