Patricia Chow: Vallauris, France in 5 weeks

Patricia Chow, an LA-based abstract painter who creates place-specific sensory works, returned from her artist residency in France. Firstindigo&Lifestyle: You have been living mostly in LA during the Covid. I imagine everyday life experiences have changed for you as well. Patricia Chow: I was used to frequent international travel prior to Covid, so it was … Continue reading Patricia Chow: Vallauris, France in 5 weeks

Anna Nykyri and the transient bodies

Pandemic has left many cities different, as if touched by invisible forces that folded a new narrative in front of us, for what is here now, and what might be more common in the future. At least, it is true to New York City. Finnish film director, visual artist and choreographer, Anna Nykyri created a … Continue reading Anna Nykyri and the transient bodies

Color comes with music for Ellen Hackl Fagan

Firstindigo&Lifestyle: The color field painting created space for exploration of color as a subject matter. How did this field of abstraction influence your work in the first place? Ellen Hackl Fagan is an American artist working with painting, which is richly influenced by music of her generation. Starting to figure out her artistic practice in … Continue reading Color comes with music for Ellen Hackl Fagan

Armory’s charm

Almost thought, that I wouldn't visit The Armory Show, which took place in the first week of March. The art fair's tiredless self-promotion worked, however, and the show on Piers 92 and 94 didn't disappoint. Next time, The Armory will move to a new location, providing also different dates. New York's Javits Center will host … Continue reading Armory’s charm

Riikka Talvitie: A Finnish composer

Finnish contemporary composer, oboist and music pedagogue Riikka Talvitie is an artist greatly influenced by her audience. She believes that the audience and community have an impact so important that there is a need for new notions of authorship and agency in music. Her compositions are brought into practice in performances, and so the discussion … Continue reading Riikka Talvitie: A Finnish composer

Francie Lyshak about painting

After four decades in painting, American artist Francie Lyshak has a deep knowledge on her practice. A woman-artist who has a lifelong approach to learning, finds nature and it's varying stages influencing her work. The artist examines nature also with photography. It seems, as if those pictorial notes would transfer into her paintings with subtle … Continue reading Francie Lyshak about painting

Artist in focus: Sasha Huber

Sasha Huber is a multidisciplinary artist who hopes that our world would be a better place for people with different ethnic and racial backgrounds. She is determined to continue her family's Haitian heritage in the arts, and has challenged the postcolonial controversies left behind by figures like Christopher Columbus and Louis Agassiz. Her artistic career has brought … Continue reading Artist in focus: Sasha Huber

Amelia Marzec’s Weather Center for the Apocalypse

New York city based artist Amelia Marzec has been working on a project Weather Center for the Apocalypse since 2015. The work is presented during Climate Week in NYC, opening taking place on September 20, 2016 at United Nations Plaza. The artist has created an ongoing and evolving Weather Tower installation, which handles a theme of change in the … Continue reading Amelia Marzec’s Weather Center for the Apocalypse

Aimee Lee about sound, art books and hanji

Aimee Lee is an artist, papermaker, writer, and the leading hanji researcher and practitioner in the United States. With paper, she makes thread, sculpture, books, drawings, prints, garments, and installations. Aimee Lee's background as a performing artist and musician carries traces of paper as sets and costumes. Her installations are artistic research on paper and sound. She … Continue reading Aimee Lee about sound, art books and hanji

Bettina Pousttchi explores world time and architectural history in east coast premiere

Bettina Pousttchi: World Time Clock at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Bettina Pousttchi is a Berlin-based artist working in photography, video, and sculpture. German-Iranian artist studied at the Kunstackademie Düsseldorf, and participated in the Independent Study Program at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York from 1999–2000. Pousttchi has exhibited throughout Europe, including Amsterdam, Berlin, Köln, and London, and participated in the Venice Biennale … Continue reading Bettina Pousttchi explores world time and architectural history in east coast premiere