Sunday, March 23, 2014

Gerald Habarth: March 24 - May 1

Voyager II (animation still)
Gerald Habarth is an artist and faculty member in the art department at the University of West Virginia in Morgantown.  He lived for a number of years in Chile and returns there periodically.  The images in Voyager II were recorded in Chile's Atacama Desert; the sounds are sampled from an original recording made by the Voyager II spacecraft as it entered Jupiter's magnetosphere on July 2, 1979. Gerald lives outside Philadelphia. More about his work can be found here.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Drawing More update

We'll be taking a break from Drawing More with the hope of returning to it later in the year to show the rest of the series.  Meanwhile, check back in the next few days - we have some great work coming.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Drew Cameron: Feb 17 - March 24

Five Years Running (video still detail)
Drawing More #10 :  Drew Cameron is a hand papermaker, printer and book artist based in San Francisco.  A veteran of the army, he is a co-founder of the Combat Paper Project which gives other veterans a chance to transform their uniforms into handmade paper. More about that project and Drew can be found here.

Monday, February 3, 2014

Margaret Coleman: February 3 - 17

A Study in Still Life (detail of video still)
Drawing More #9: Margaret Coleman is multimedia artist who lives in Brooklyn.  She received her MFA from Pratt Institute.  More about her work can be found here.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Emily Franklin: Jan 14 - Feb 3

To Rid Myself of You (video still)
Drawing More #8: Emily Franklin works with photographic media to examine the tension between conscience and corporeality.  She received her MFA is 2013 from Northern Illinois University where she currently teaches photography.  More about her work can be found here.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Arzu Ozkal: Dec 5 - Jan 2


Undecided (still)
Drawing More #7: Arzu Ozkal is a Turkish born media artist and designer who lives and work in San Diego.   Her work deals with the liberation of the body from social norms.  She is currently on the faculty at the San Diego State University School of Art and Design.  More about her work can be found here.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Naho Taruishi: Nov 15 - Dec. 4


The Line to Draw Water (video still)
Drawing More #6: Naho Taruishi was born in Tokyo but currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.  Her understated drawings and minimalist videos have been shown in numerous international festivals and galleries.  This video is part of a series using geographic coordinates to suggest imaginary lines drawn on the earth.  More about her work can be found here.