Posts Tagged ‘William Kherbek’

Art Beyond Labels: An Interview with Manuel Solano

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by William Kherbek // Nov. 20, 2020
The creation of art is often dialogic. An artist establishes a connection with the material world or an interior discourse and produces a work in response. The work of the Berlin-based Mexican artist Manuel Solano is dialogic in both this metaphoric sense of the term…[read on]

Gut-Machine Poetry: An Interview with Jenna Sutela

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Interview by William Kherbek // Apr. 17, 2020
Jenna Sutela’s art has concentrated on the ways various microorganisms experience and impact the biosphere. From the poetic output of a bacteria colony used to power a computer to the creation of a pseudo-language[read on]


Henrik Potter’s ‘Souls’ at PSM Gallery

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Article by William Kherbek // Feb. 14, 2020
The works of Henrik Potter, collected at PSM Gallery in an exhibition entitled ‘Souls,’ approaches the task at a slant. Potter eschews traditional painterly representation as a means of conveying the essence of personality[read on]