Painting and sculpting faces.
“When you’re an artist, you bring what you know, what you think, what you’ve experienced, your aesthetic, your ambition, and it doesn’t have to be conscious. In fact it shouldn’t be self-conscious. If the work isn’t speaking to you, if you’re not getting it from what you’re seeing, you’ve failed, and no amount of explanation is going to change that.” —Janet Olivia Henry
“Making our art is the purest thing we do. There are no hidden lies. My work is my truth as I have lived it.”—Sana Musasama
Sculpture as communal.
Art as flotation device.
A solar system on a rooftop.
Creating an incomplete archive.
Working with the immediate environment.
An art of the body and the environment.
Sculptural animations made with lasers.
The artist discusses her current retrospective.
Balance and harmonies through difference.
The art of learning new skills.
The malleable biographies of cultural objects.
The unraveling and retelling of history.
Sculpture that seeks to elude binaries.
Reanimating inanimate objects.
Small, organic wooden sculptures.
Two artists share an interest in navigating history and geography.
The human element of architecture.
Working between mediums.