July 24, 2014

Emma Powell

From In Search of Sleep series

July 24, 2014

Ellen Mueller

Erma Series

1. The Long Walk

2. Meeting

3. Prisoners

4. Distant

5. Lift Away

6. Dangle

7. Flumends Forward

8. Flash of an Idea

9. Concerned

10. Leaving

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July 24, 2014

S. Thornton

July 24, 2014

Andy Mattern

Cable Management & Remote

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July 24, 2014

Maria Dimanshtein

This is how i eel and you won’t change my mind

July 24, 2014

Elizabeth Jordan

July 24, 2014

Installation views of Calder and Abstraction: From Avant-Garde to Iconic at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
© Calder Foundation, New York/Artists Rights Society (ARS) Photos: Fredrik Nilsen

July 24, 2014

Yusuke Sakai


1. Reticulatad Giraffe

2. Hippopotamus

3. Bactrian Camel

4. Emu

5. Asiatic Black Bears

6. African Elephant

7. Japanese Deer

8. Goat

9. Zebra

10. White Rhinoceros


July 23, 2014

Hong Chun Zhang

1. My Grandmother’s Cage

The cage represents the patriarchal society that kept women bound to the private space within the home. Grandmother also had bound feet. The practice that crushed the bones and deformed the feet of young girls so they can have the outward appearance tiny delicate feet. The goal was to have a “Three Inch Golden Lotus” (sancun jinlian), but the actual result was unbelievable pain that lasted a lifetime. In this picture, grandmother is sewing a normal size pair of cotton shoes because her daughter was the first women in her family to break the cycle of bound feet.

2. My Mother’s Cage

Unlike my grandmother, the cage door is open. Mother had more freedom as a women in the Communist Chinese society. Her feet were not bound and she had a number of career opportunities. Still, my mother did not have the frredom to say or do what she wanted. Her cage was the restrictions of the day and Maoist Thought, especially during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). The Chinese character on the cup is (weibing or hongweibing); the Red Guard.

3. My Cage

Compared to my grandmother and my mother’s generations, Chinese society has progressed and the situation for young urban women in China has improved. The cage is open and I can sit on the outside. The Chinese character on the cup is fu meaning good fortune.

Also notice that the feet are uncovered and slightly exaggerated (larger than normal).

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July 23, 2014
Nea Agnes Momirski
Shrinking to fit the Memory

Nea Agnes Momirski

Shrinking to fit the Memory