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Translation

Making a Way

Artists working collaboratively during isolation
Featuring artists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, and Mandy Cano Villalobos
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Dee Hood

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementChant for a Pandemic is a collaboration between video artists around the globe. We wanted to share our common experience with this extraordinary time in history. There are no boundaries […] Read More…

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TJ Norris

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementMy work is meant to imply some level of synesthesia tending to cross the boundary between allegory and observation of the urban landscape constantly in flux. There is a Pretenders […] Read More…

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Mandy Cano Villalobos

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementA disjunctured experience of time undergirds all of my projects. When I was 1 year old my mother divorced my father, joined the army and took me with her. Childhood […] Read More…

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Linda Bond

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementFor over two decades my artwork has addressed issues of social concern. It primarily explores the mediated experience of global conflict. Working from representation to abstraction, I marry form and […] Read More…

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Kathy Bruce

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementMy work is normally characterized by large-scale outdoor sculpture installations. Almost overnight my practice of traveling to international locations to create public sculptures came to a halt. I was caught […] Read More…

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Saskia Krafft

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementSaskia Krafft’s projects originate from field trips to disturbed ecosystems. Examples are underground mines, atomic waste repositories, littered grass verges, and dried-out mountain springs. She collects plants, draws animals and […] Read More…

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Iviva Olenick

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementIn 2007, I began Were I So Besotted, an embroidered blog about love in the digital age. Think The New York Times Modern Love stories, but more raw, juxtaposing embroidered […] Read More…

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Nathan Margoni

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementI try to make respectable, serious art, but something always goes wrong. My good intentions are inevitably overcome by the allure of the comic grotesque. If it isn’t weird, funny, […] Read More…

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Lake Roberson Newton

Making a Way

Making A Way | TranslationArtists: Linda Bond, Kathy Bruce, Dee Hood, Saskia Krafft, Nathan Margoni, Lake Roberson Newton, TJ Norris, Iviva Olenick, Mandy Cano Villalobos StatementArt as an idea and Art as an action. I see my work as straddling these two sources. It is a balance of the mental and the physical, the territory […] Read More…

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