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floating oases: An interview with Amy Lincoln

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Danni Shen, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, organizes and interprets exhibitions at Wave Hill. On view in the Tea Room in Wave Hill House December 8, 2015–March 27, 2016 is a selection of Amy Lincoln’s paintings—floating oases. The show includes several…

Rhunhattan: An Interview with Beatrice Glow

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During the Spice Wars in the 17th century, nutmeg was worth its weight in gold, and its trees grew only on the Moluccas Islands of Indonesia. One of the smallest of these islands, Rhun, was considered the first English overseas…

Painting Plants–Color, Pattern and Gesture: An Interview with Amy Lincoln

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David Xu Borgonjon, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, helps make Wave Hill a welcoming space for artists and a stimulating experience for visitors.  Several ambitious artist projects, 12 well-attended workshops and two bustling Open Studios later, the second session of…

“Not in the Space, but of the Space”: An Interview with artist Musa Hixson

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David Xu Borgonjon, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, organizes and interprets exhibitions at Wave Hill. Knowledgeable and self-effacing, Musa Hixson marries a natural feeling for materials with a voracious interest in world cultures. His forays into sculpture for community gardens…

Preserving—Yet Corroding: An Interview with Sara Jimenez

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David Xu Borgonjon, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, organizes and interprets exhibitions at Wave Hill. Working alone or in collaborations, Sara Jimenez observes how things come together and fall apart both in the world and in our bodies. Using natural…

Shifting Perspectives: An Interview with Elizabeth Hoy

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David Xu Borgonjon, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, helps make Wave Hill a welcoming space for artists and a stimulating experience for visitors. In Elizabeth Hoy’s studio this morning, a diorama pinned together from strips of blue cloth lay by…

Hybridization: An Interview with Saya Woolfalk

Saya Woolfalk, ChimaTEK: Hybridization Machine, 2013.

Thais Glazman, Curatorial Intern at Wave Hill this winter, is enamored with the creative and empowering atmosphere of Wave Hill and hopes to learn everything she can from its wonderful team and artists. Each winter, Wave Hill opens Glyndor Gallery…

Sculptural Sustainability: An Interview with Ivan Stojakovic

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Thais Glazman, a Curatorial Intern at Wave Hill this winter, is enamored with the creative and empowering atmosphere of Wave Hill, and hopes to learn everything she can from its wonderful team and artists. Each winter, Wave Hill opens Glyndor…

Experimental Relationships: An Interview with Julia Oldham

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David Xu Borgonjon, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, helps make Wave Hill a welcoming space for artists and a stimulating experience for visitors. Each winter, Wave Hill opens Glyndor Gallery as workspace for New York-area artists. They benefit from intimate…

Shattering Cloudy Mirrors: An Interview with Nicolás Dumit Estevez

Baptism as a Bronxite performance, 2011. Courtesy of the artist.

David Xu Borgonjon, Curatorial Fellow in Visual Arts, helps make Wave Hill a welcoming space for artists and a stimulating experience for visitors.  Nicolás Dumit Estévez speaks with a softness that belies his convictions. In a decades-long practice of art…