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Neal Fryett

Neal Fryett Work from his oeuvre. “An exercise in expansion (on the utility of a thing) 1. A door-wedge, door-stop, or door-wedge-stop is a utilitarian apparatus most often associated with the holding of a hinged or otherwise swinging door at a preferred position. 2. It may, however, be utilized for a multitude of purposes – the […]

Susan Robb

Susan Robb Work from We’re Coming, We’re Coming, Wait Up, Stones. “Susan Robb’s sculptures and built environments transform common objects into ideological hybrids of flesh, nature, and technology. Drawing on empirical observation, reflection, and imagination about her immediate surroundings and contemporary social issues, these hybridizations are open-ended investigations into the kaleidoscopic intersection of culture and […]