Tag Archives: Installation Art

JULIETTE EZAVIN

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? JE: Over the years I developed an abstract naive aesthetic driven by instinct versus methodology. In my studio located in Tottenham Hale in London, the meditative pauses are answered by instantaneous energetic moves. This process of […]

PAIGE WARD

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? PW: I typically use singular domestic or architectural handmade objects and forms paired or arranged together in groupings to create visual metaphors and poetry. The objects that I create are usually minimal in nature with evidence […]

ULA EINSTEIN

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? UE: Multi-disciplinary conceptual abstract explorations, the nature of creative tension. CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from? UE: Drawing in, drawing out, the micro, the macro, aerial views, nature, science, music, topography, alchemy. CH.89: Can […]

SIMON GUSH

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? SG: I don’t know how to answer this. I have always wanted to be somewhat without a specific style, maybe something more fluid. CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from? SG: I look in as many places as […]

LILIBETH CUENCA RASMUSSEN

CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your artwork, what would it be and why? LCR: My works are confrontational and participatory. I wish to engage the viewer, to make them reflect and mirror themselves in the art work. I have an idealistic belief, that art can make a difference and […]