Susan York’s career has evolved over several decades and, in many ways, constitutes an ongoing investigation into materials, process, and site specificity. For the past several years, York has worked with graphite in two and three dimensions…
Paula Castillo is a priestess of postmodern metallurgy, recombining the scrap and detritus of Industry into abstract sculptures that quietly reckon with earth and man. A metallurgist only in a poetic, alchemical […]
The lifeblood of Tom Joyce’s work is iron, from the molecular to the colossal. Iron, by mass, is the most common element on Earth, and it plays a role in the cosmos, our blood, industry, weaponry, perhaps even our memory. Joyce is quick to point out the material’s associative dexterity, […]
Studio Visit: Nicola López uses printmaking, drawing, collage, and large-scale installation to create work that explores the physical and psychological experience of the contemporary city […]
Raven Chacon runs a record label, is a member of multiple bands and collaborative projects, teaches teenagers experimental composition, and is currently included in SITE Santa Fe’s recently opened biennial, […]
Studio Visit: Michael Namingha has the admirable ability to reveal the irony of language and words on the one hand and, on the other, to cut landscapes apart, fracturing them into sometimes-repetitive images that cascade beyond any typical frame […]
Richard Kurtz paints prolifically on almost any substrate he can find. Appropriating everything from children’s books to football helmets, vintage flash cards to large pieces of leftover plywood, Kurtz combines pictorial characters with hand-written aphorisms […]
Kate Carr creates minimalist sculptural works working primarily in Baltic birch plywood and wool felt. The structural lines of plywood meet with colorful, stacked pieces of felt with even-handed transparency.