Interviews

Audrey Lyall

Like her work, Audrey Lyall can be best described as a maximalist. Whether through painting, design, or installations, Lyall expands our view with an assemblage of textures, colors, and shapes. Before getting her start in Pratt Institute’s Fashion Design and Critical and Visual Studies programs, Lyall’s reality as a mixed-race woman informed her dynamic creative vision—with race relations, identity,…

Stephanie Santana

Stephanie Santana (she/her) explores identity, cultural preservation, and interiority through printmaking, embroidery and quilting. Using her personal, archival images as a foundation, Santana’s practice to preserves history — family history, Black history, and the histories of the artists she admires. She was introduced to printmaking a decade ago and has since become the Communications Director…

Dodi King

Heavily inspired by the occult and their spiritual imagination, Dodi King (they/she) creates on canvas realms constructed by their subconscious. I encountered King’s paintings with the kind of bewilderment we experience while piecing together a dream after waking up. King amuses our imaginations with ambiguous figures nestled in treetops, embracing on city sidewalks, and existing…

Linda Nwachukwu

What medium(s) do you work in?  I work both digitally and with traditional media such as ink, acrylics and crayons. Your color palette is energetic, your figures take up an enormous amount of space, and the physical features of these figures are over exaggerated in a satirical way. Who are these characters and what is…

Anastasia Warren

We first met in high school through a film photography course at ICP, but since then you’ve gone to express your creativity in different ways. What mediums are you working in now? Photography was my first exploration of light, reflection, and performance, whether that was as a witness or as an actor. It was something…

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