Pamela Rosenkranz

Pamela Rosenkranz (b. 1979) investigates the systems by which people give meaning to the natural world, reflecting on our need to anthropomorphize and construct metaphors to navigate our lived environment. She creates conceptual, abstract sculptures, works on paper, videos, and installations, that nearly always reference the figurative by alluding to its condition as a malleable code that has been repeatedly hijacked by commercial marketing strategies and consumerism. Read more

Eric Baudart

Delicately transposed, it’s the displaced materiality in Eric Baudart’s works that spurs their contemporary resonance. Honey-combed plastic, millimeter paper,... Read more
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#3: Six Questions

Issue #3: Six Questions with Jonas Lund, Marge Monko, Letha Wilson, Félicia Atkinson, Ali Zanjani, Paulien Oltheten, Marc Nagtzaam, Yuki Okumura, Katja Mater, Eric Giraudet de Boudemange, Paul Kooijker and Lito Kattou.