Multidisciplinary Art

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David Johnson

“David Johnson is an abstract pop artist living and working in Austin, Texas. Their work lies at the intersection of the organic, the geometric, the iconic and the abstract. Johnson's body of work can be encapsulated in three words :: abstraction, definition and deconstruction. They are most interested in exploring belief systems, and especially the birth and death of the American Dream and the validity of those desires.”

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Mikill Skugga

“Mikill Skugga creates analog collages. Always using just two clippings to make a picture. The aesthetic is very minimalistic. He thrives on the limitation that comes from the rule of connecting just two images. His pictures form a pair and there’s no space for overthinking, or for using tricks. It must be simple, strong, and honest to be effective.”

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Charlot van Heeswijk

“Charlot is a freelance film and image-maker based in Berlin. She specializes in directing documentaries and music videos, figurative painting, and portrait photography.”

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Eric Oxford

“A connoisseur and creator of all things awesome. As we all need a break from the hyper-digital world we live in Eric Oxford strives to keep it tactile and real. Implementing stop motion animation & fabrication, original lighting, and sculpture work as well as interactive events with analog visuals, animation, music and more! If you want to make something cool and awesome, I'll help you make it a reality.”

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“Junshu Gu (kuulikki) is a London-based artist and writer. Her multimedia practice explores themes of identity, memory and social anxiety. Intersecting discourses around selective amnesia, collective memory and post-truth, her project is rooted in contemporary theory and draws from her own lived experience. Junshu’s work is situated within moving image, printmaking and installation. She is currently studying Contemporary Art Practice at the Royal College of Art.”

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Melissa Godoy Nieto

“Melissa Godoy Nieto is a multidisciplinary artist based in New York City, born and raised in Mexico. Drawing and painting are Melissa’s primary practices, also used as dominant instruments for expanding into various formats such as performance, installation, sculpture, and video. In her work she investigates the relationship between experiences, feelings, unconscious thoughts, interpretations, and reality. ”

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Hannah Kim Varamini

“Hannah Kim Varamini is an interdisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles. She was born in Washington, D.C. to first-generation Korean immigrants. She received her BFA from Cornell University and MFA from California Institute of the Arts. Her work employs language and symbology to examine ideologies of nationalism and articulate stories of the postcolonial experience, diaspora, and cultural hybridity. In 2008, she spent a life-changing year in Namibia on a Fulbright fellowship.”

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riel Sturchio

“Riel is a multimedia artist who received an MFA from the University of Texas, Austin (2018), and a BFA in Photography from the Maine College of Art (2012). Riel’s fine art practice extends through poetry, photography, design, sound, videography, and book-making and explores topics of queer identity, language, and vulnerability.”

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“Carla Maldonado is a visual artist born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and currently living and working in Brooklyn, NY. With photography, filmmaking and installations, Maldonado creates work that is inherently political, exploring her relationship to the struggles of progressive movements in her home country of Brazil, post Bolsonaro's election, and her experience as a latin immigrant in the currennt Trump era. ”

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“Maxime Matthys (1995, Belgium) is a visual artist working and living between Rennes and Paris. He is developing an artistic practice using mainly photography, performance, videography and installation. His work focuses on the way technologies are affecting our daily life and are shifting our perception of reality. While exploring new forms of narrative, he keeps documenting the important issues that are shaping our future.”

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How to create an multidisciplinary art portfolio website.

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  2. Choose an multidisciplinary art template. Don’t worry—if you change your mind later, you can easily switch templates.
  3. Upload your artwork. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
  4. Edit your site. Customize your site menu to include exactly what you want.
  5. Personalize your design. Make it yours and change options like the template preset, fonts, and colors.
  6. Ready to go further? Set up your store, add SEO or social media integration, and more—whenever you want.

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