Bathtub Series

Eva Redamonti

When planning the general ideas for my artwork, I like to choose venues in which my imaginary themes can move and flow. I think in movement, structure, symmetry, and detail. I always try to incorporate the elements of imagination and fantasy.


Margo Davis

Photographic projects, like life, have journeys of their very own. They grow organically, sometimes with purposeful direction, sometimes randomly. They have an arc of development which can be synchronous with the trajectory of one’s life. In my photographic work, my current project ALLAMERICAN has evolved from all the influences of my life’s journey from childhood until now.

Why this is not a pipe

Monica Fernandez

(The Treason of Images – René Magritte) The first time I saw this painting of the surrealist artist René Magritte I was in my last junior high school year. It provoked a lot of confusion in me. It has nothing…

Mexico: A Surrealist Country.

Monica Fernandez

Many people know that the art movement of Surrealism began in Europe and that the most famous surrealists are European as well. But what few people may know is that the grand majority of them fled to Mexico because of…


Ewa Doroszenko & Jacek Doroszenko

You won’t find a new country, won’t find another shore. This city will always pursue you. You’ll walk the same streets, (…) Constantine P. Cavafy     The Soundreaming is an interactive Internet presentation that takes the form of an…

3+1=54+1=55. Letter of the Year: A multimedia sculptural installation

María Magdalena Campos-Pons & Neil Leonard

53+1=54+1=55.Letter of the Year is a multimedia installation about home, migration, the necessity of finding and redefining the meaning of permanency and locality. Birdcages were used by emperors and common men to capture beauty and to dream of freedom. From Yoruba deities, to Leonardo da Vinci, to space travel today, men and women have always dreamed of flight as embodying a lightness of being.