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Psyche Rebuild - Tahi Moore

Psyche Rebuild - Tahi Moore

Timur Si Qin    Work from The Axe Effect.    “The Axe effect is the internationally recognized name for the increased attention Axe-wearing males receive from eager, and attractive female pursuers. Regardless of where you live, you can get the Axe-Effect by going to a store near you and purchasing one of our fine products.” – Unilever    “The Axe effect sculptures are objects that embody the system attractors of the contingent epic of evolution. The arms-race and the mating-call violently…

Timur Si Qin Work from The Axe Effect. “The Axe effect is the internationally recognized name for the increased attention Axe-wearing males receive from eager, and attractive female pursuers. Regardless of where you live, you can get the Axe-Effect by going to a store near you and purchasing one of our fine products.” – Unilever “The Axe effect sculptures are objects that embody the system attractors of the contingent epic of evolution. The arms-race and the mating-call violently…

PIER PAOLO CALZOLARI

PIER PAOLO CALZOLARI

Ken Okiishi at Mathew

Ken Okiishi at Mathew

The Last 'ever' Neon Peace Neon & Transformer 2009 By artist Hogan Jesse

The Last 'ever' Neon Peace Neon & Transformer 2009 By artist Hogan Jesse

Alex Trimino is a Miami-based visual artist who creates illuminated fiber-based sculptures and installations. Her work re-contextualizes the traditional use of colloquial, lo-tech crafts; crochet, knittings and weavings exploring social views on civilization, technology and gender. In her work old things, old ways and new technologies commingle together; exploring how we connect to reality today. She uses embroidery and technology, creating a connection between past and present.

Alex Trimino is a Miami-based visual artist who creates illuminated fiber-based sculptures and installations. Her work re-contextualizes the traditional use of colloquial, lo-tech crafts; crochet, knittings and weavings exploring social views on civilization, technology and gender. In her work old things, old ways and new technologies commingle together; exploring how we connect to reality today. She uses embroidery and technology, creating a connection between past and present.

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