Self-reflections from artists discussing their own work in their own words
Erin Sweeny recounts her performative action of walking the length of Manhattan on Good Friday, and relates the project to other artists who incorporate walking in their practice.
Artist Gabrielle Civil shares the freedom her performance practice has brought her, and the frustration of dealing with oblivious racism in 2017.
Mexican-American painter Tino Rodriguez describes four themes explored in his exotic, mystical work: the self, dreams, gender, and fairy tales.
Artist Matthew Morrocco considers photography’s historical significance, and its enduring relevance in an image-driven world.
Artist and DJ Vera Rubin considers the nuance in finding the right kind and amount of exposure for art that originated underground.
New Orleans-based artist Vinsantos shares how he came to handcraft glamorous, dazzling dolls.
Portland artist Damien Gilley discusses movement & perception in his installations, designed around a single viewpoint where the work completes itself.
In this personal essay, artist Iké Udé discusses the development of illusion in his work from the 1990s to today.
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