The artwork of San Francisco graphic designer Rex Ray has become a prolific mediation on the abstract and dynamic nature of fluid forms. Begun at night simply as a personal and therapeutic visual antidote to his highly self-edited, computer-based commercial work during the day, his art projects (small-scale paintings and collages now numbering in the thousands) came from humble origins; scissors, paste and fashion magazines. Ray brings an unusually tight sense of craft and precision to the…
New Work — Sue Benner
Deconstructed clothing gives reference to a segmented human form, while gestural drawings mimic cellular organisms as an animated hint at the underlying structure of the figure. My background in biomedical science inspires artwork concerned with the human body and the microscopic universe.
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Figurative Wool Sculptures by Nastassja Swift Explore the Memories and Narratives of Blackness
In her salient text, In The Wake: On Blackness and Being, scholar Christina Sharpe delves into the multiple definitions of "wake," which span from "the path behind a ship, keeping watch with the dead, (to) coming to consciousness." "In the wake," Sharpe writes, "the past that is not past reappears,