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Art Documentary Photography

Paper & Glue: A New Documentary Follows JR Through Some of His Most Iconic Projects

December 8, 2021

Grace Ebert

A new feature-length documentary goes behind the scenes with French artist JR to capture some of his most significant projects to date, including his poignant photographic work of a child peering over the U.S./Mexico border wall and pair of installations at a maximum-security prison in Tehachapi, California. Paper & Glue follows the renowned artist through the evolution of his practice from early graffiti days to his current undertakings—his anamorphic work at Florence's Palazzo Strozzi earlier this year and his illusory transformation of the Louvre courtyard in 2019 are both evidence of his growth—that are increasingly massive in scope and impact…

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Art

Elaborately Layered Gardens by Ebony G. Patterson Hide Haunting Messages Within Dazzling Displays

March 10, 2022

Grace Ebert

Ebony G. Patterson’s multi-layered works are willfully superficial. The Jamaican artist weaves together a mélange of torn papers, tassels, appliqués, and feathered butterflies to create striking gardens replete with glitter and vibrant hues. "In many ways, I think of the work as the flower and the audience as the bees," Patterson told Nasher Museum. "The…

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Art Craft

Realistic Bird Busts and Portraits Slot Pieces of Wood into Jigsaw-Like Sculptures

July 18, 2022

Grace Ebert

Similar to the decorative art of marquetry, intarsia involves compressing cut pieces of wood into a tight, solid structure. Because of the size of the components, the latter technique produces more three-dimensional forms that tend to be fastened with dabs of glue. British artist T.A.G. Smith employs this assemblage method when sculpting his small bird busts, portraits, and single feathers encased in boxes. Each piece begins with a digital rendering, followed by Smith carving shapes from myriad types of wood, allowing the color and grain of the materials…

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Design

Using Tracing Paper and Rice Water, Designer Pao Hui Kao Creates a Sturdy Furniture Collection

March 24, 2020

Grace Ebert

When Eindhoven-based designer Pao Hui Kao realized she was allergic to some of the pigments and coatings used in household furnishings, she decided to construct her own minimalist collection. The result is a line of tables, seats, shelves, and a light fixture made almost entirely of tracing-paper tubes soaked in rice water. To ensure the sturdiness of her mostly-white designs, Hui Kao varies the size of her paper rolls. As they dry, the rice water binds each wrinkled piece together. In a statement about the wrinkle-filled project, the designer noted…

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A Conversation with Social Justice Sewing Academy Explores Community Activism and the Power of Remembering Through Quilts

March 11, 2022

Grace Ebert

In a time when witnessing inequity is like digging into an already numb wound, and participating in surface-level social justice is as easy as recycling digital shares, the Social Justice Sewing Academy (SJSA) offers the power of touch. This is a COVID world after all, and we know that touch is priceless. Holding someone or something you love, experiencing the smell, shape, and weight of other’s bodies reminds us that we are not just brains experiencing the trauma. Inequity is real. Loss is real, and it violently impacts young people in underserved communities every day. SJSA empowers youth to use…

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A Conversation with Animator and Director Anna Mantzaris Explores Her Penchant for Nuanced Emotion and Finding Humor in the Mundane

November 18, 2020

Grace Ebert

Colossal contributor Laura Staugaitis spoke with Anna Mantzaris via Zoom in late September 2020. This conversation has been edited for length and clarity.  Shown above is a still from Mantzaris's "Small Decision, Big Impact" for Honest Tea. Laura: Could you share a little bit about how you got interested in animation? What was the point at which you really identified that it was the creative direction that you were going to move in? Anna: I didn't have the path of always knowing that I wanted to do animation—it wasn't something that I was anticipating seeing in my life. It's not that…

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