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20121205001352-kunstadt_c_sacredpoemxviii Material Objects 'Hard & Soft' selections bind craftmanship with innovation  
Naomi Adams, Christopher Cunningham, Ben Dory, Michael Furrh, M. Annie Kilborn, Carole P. Kunstadt, Sungyeol Lee, Ana M. Lopez, Michelle Startzman, Mia Weiner at Center for the Visual Arts > Worldwide Denton
February 8th, 2013 - April 5th, 2013
Posted 3/6/13 Lucinda Breeding/Features Editor, Denton Record-Chronicle "Other pieces are a marvel of craftsmanship. Carole P. Kunstadt used a parish psalmody — a book of Psalms for group prayers — dated 1844 and 1849. Kunstadt removed pages from the book and sliced even, tiny strips into them. She sewed the strips together using a sewing machine, then interleaved the strips with fine tissue or gold leaf. In Sacred Poe... [more]

Karsten Konrad: On Our Berlin Watchlist  
2/5/11 Posted 2/5/11

(Image: Karsten Konrad, Sign of the Times, 2010, wood, coated particle board, metal, synthetic material, 31.89 x 56.3 x 7.87 in; © Arndt) Karsten Konrad (b. 1962 , Würzburg, Germany) In the 1990's, Karsten Konrad started creating installations and objects out of materials found in the trash and subsequently modified into modules. With these, he took up thematically outstanding urban structures in Berlin, transforming them into idiosyncratic architectural models. In recent years, however, these m... [more]

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