Category - Mixed Media

The mixed media art of Sloppy James

My name is Scott Austin, but for close to 15 years i’ve created projects under the oft thorny pseudonym ‘sloppy james’. I’m an emerging artist and beginning freelance designer – poet and writer. Lately I’ve been gravitating towards doing more collaborative projects as well. I’m learning that it’s a very interesting process seeing...

Fragmenta by Micaela Lattanzio

Fragmenta is a project started in 2013 where the artist focuses her research on the fragmentation of identity. The work is the result of a painstaking manual cropping where the image is transformed into an intricate mosaic that deconstructs the iconographic material of departure. Micaela Lattanzio will present these new works during the Context...

The surreal sensations of Romina Carrara

Hello, I’m Romina Carrara from Rosario, Argentina. I have a degree in Fine Arts with a specialization in Painting from the National University of Rosario. I work on my personal projects (series of paintings, drawings and texts that I regularly updates on the www.rominacarrara.com.ar) and I also develop teaching activities, scenographic...

The art of story — Mixed media by Duncikaite

Duncikaite is a visual artist,born in Lithuania,Kaunas.  Works as a sculptor and painter, also she is interested in many other spheres, such as, Land Art, Photography, Installations, Digital Art. To Migle, the stories are very important as material, Migle combines her personal experience, and the places she has seen or experience. She is very...

The Glitch Art of Phillip Mcconnell 

I am a Glitch Artist with a focus on abstract, surrealist digital art and a photographer whose concentration is in highlighting the human condition and the different macro/micro concepts of nature.~Phillip Mcconnell To create my art I blend different aspects of photography (landscape, portrait, urban, nature and macro) with different concepts of...

Mocking the objectified body — M. J. Hernandez

I seek to decontextualize fetishized body parts belonging to the female body. I hybridize these parts with non-human animal parts to create absurd bodies. These works present a slippery entanglement of bodies, each body birthing the next, articulated through both simple lines and heavily applications of paint. The paintings challenge and mock the...