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Martine Syms

Martine Syms

By examining assumptions in contemporary America about identity, memories and beliefs, Martine Syms’ response contests propriety within art and art forms. A self-proclaimed “conceptual entrepreneur,” her work covers themes as varied as Afrofuturism, queer theory and the power of language. The rarified access to work in a typical institutional art context does not concur with Syms’ strategy of disseminating information; rather, she takes Read More...
Gabie Strong

Gabie Strong

In a relentless, unreformable state of entropy, attention is as an alembic, distilling the player into a true physical sound emitted directly through abrasive and unflinching rigor. Gabie Strong’s trans-disciplinary approach is an everyday resistance, not easily recognized as a public or collective model—such as rebellions or demonstrations—but rising out of its burial, camouflaged and not politically articulated. With subtle pungency, the Read More...
Claire Jackel

Claire Jackel

Using paper for its fragile and temporary qualities as sculpture, Claire Jackel constructs elegant objects that place themselves within the context of the natural landscape at moments of catastrophe or imminent destruction. With a small helping of humor these objects — sometimes diggers and trains and other mechanical devices — attempt to counterbalance human frailties with technology, in unsuccessful Sisyphean struggles that act as metaphor Read More...