New Artifacts: Bonny Leibowitz

Bonny Leibowitz is a multimedia artist in Dallas, Texas, who identifies herself as a painter to reflect her passion for the media and its unique artistic practices. Though heavily based in textiles, Bonny uses unique fabrics by creating a canvas that adds dimension and form like paint strokes on a canvas. She collects these pieces …

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Vibrant Human Rituals: Will Rahilly

Will Rahilly is a video and photography artist based in New York. His work is heavily influenced by technology and the digital advancements in his creative practices. Rahilly’s emphasis is on ideas pertaining to isolation, identity, performance, the human body and abstract concepts of technology and communication. In his video work, viewers are often witnesses …

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Commitment to Sarcasm: Olivia Locher

Olivia Locher is a photographer currently based in New York. Originally from Pennsylvania, her practices took her to the School of Visual Arts where she received her BFA in 2013. Her works use imagery to depict thoughtful narratives on social and cultural practices. Locher curates scenes using props, models, and digital manipulation that are inspired …

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Woven Channels of Artistic Heritage: Meg Lipke

Meg Lipke is a third-generation artist based in New York. She identifies as a painter, but her recent work in a show at Freight and Volume challenges the idea of painting as a two-dimensional medium. She challenges structural limits of material by allowing soft objects and textiles to exist as sculpture. Her process of creation …

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Visual Pun: Roula Partheniou

Roula Partheniou is a Canadian artist currently living and working in Toronto. Her works explore visual puns created through sculpture based installations. Her experiments with these familiar objects challenge logic through strategic use of repetition and duplication in color and form. Together, these works capture hyper-real aesthetics that deconstruct traditional representations of objects. Viewers are …

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Viral Narrative: James Hoff

James Hoff is a New York based artist whose self-taught practice is reflective of the digital advancement in the arts and the influences of his creative environments. Inspired primarily through his exposure to artists’ books and the non-profit art world, Hoff found his calling in using these books as a way to learn from and …

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Sensorial Evaluations: Henry Driver

Henry Driver is a digital artist whose works allow viewers to immerse themselves in a complete sensorial evaluation of the visual and audible world of art. Through video art, Driver can explore concepts of glitch, refraction, and layering to pursue the expansion of new information from visual experiences. All aspects of display are applied to …

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New Photography: Humble Arts Foundation

We live in a new age where accessibility to ideas and information is easier than ever. Jon Feinstein and Amani Olu play part in this accessibility through the sharing of new photography and contemporary artists. Known as the Humble Arts Foundation, Feinstein and Olu support and promote the development of new photography through digital exhibitions, …

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Folklore in Translation: Peggy Wauters

Peggy Wauters is a Belgian artist whose multimedia works represent cultural narratives collected from events, social structures, and memories. She captures human nature in images and form that are translated across all cultures. Characters depicted in her works are composed of various aspects of history, involving the personal, shared, and strange inspired by mystic folklore. …

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