Absurdity In Pieces: Trey Wright

Trey Wright is a photographer and director living and working in Dallas, TX. His work explores beauty, consumption and popular culture. His colorful work has lent itself to clients from Adweek, Bloomberg Businessweek, Refinery29, Nowness to Kate Spade Saturday, Fruit of the Loom, Stella McCartney and many more. I sat down with Trey to discuss his work, process and what he is currently …

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The Object Landscape: Nick Albertson

Through a practice of photography, video and sculpture, Nick Albertson reinvestigates the usefulness factor of existing objects and re-inserts new meaning into them. Albertson’s work strips utilitarian objects, such as paper clips, paper cups and rubber bands of their intended functionality. Albertson then examines the tension that exists between the inherent uniformity of these mass-produced …

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Objects As Events & Events As Images & Images As Objects: Derek Paul Boyle

Derek Paul Boyle is a visual artist based in Los Angeles. Boyle received his undergraduate degree at Emerson College and his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Boyle’s work presents juxtapositions and gestures informed by his interest in constructing “characters of things.” His large scale images capture the anxiety of how objects have …

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Dismantling An Existing Syntax: Aaron Hegert

“My work has many sub-plots and tangential stories, but one thing that remains constant is an attempt to look through photography, but also at it. I am more interested in themes of subversion and appropriation than I am of metanarratives or innovation (a word which increasingly seems to mean new ways of maintaining the status …

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Exploring Plasticity of Form: Sloane Solley

Sloane Solley is an artist currently living, working, and receiving her MFA in New York, NY. After graduating in 2012 at the University of North Texas with a BFA in Painting and Drawing, Shana has developed a fairly large, cohesive body of work, based around the investigation of the plasticity of form, the documentation of which, …

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The New Construct—Digital Experiments: Brandon Nichols

Brandon Nichols is a contemporary artist interested in examining the artifacts of consumer culture, creating studio stills to convey conceptual ideas, and exploring the intricacies of perception and memory and their relationship to digital photography. He received his BFA in Photography at The University of North Texas in December 2011. Currently he lives and works …

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American Distillation And Breaking Convention: Chase Kahn

Chase Kahn is currently studying Photography as well as Communication Design. Inspired by filmmakers such as David Lynch and Hitchcock, his work concentrates on allegorical narrative and the domestic through mixed media and found materials. We sat down with Chase to discuss his work under the series titled as “Who Wants You to Live Forever?”. After …

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