Words and Pictures 2021 Q1

VAP 2021-Q1

Artists and writers featured: Anna Berghuis, Jenn Cacciola, Catie Dillon, Heather Drayzen, Stephanie Eche, Karine Guyon, Ray Hwang, Terra Keck, Trevor Kiernander, Lindsey Kircher, Charlie J Meyers, Natalie Jauregui-Ortiz, Cal Robb, and Rose Silberman-Gorn.

Written by Charlie J Meyers and Sarah Rose Jansen. Gazing at Cal’s work, mulling over our email discussion of it,
Written by Rose Silberman-Gorn. Rose: Where are you from and where are you currently based? Heather: I’m from San Antonio,
Written by Natalie Jauregui-Ortiz. A figure stands in a field, dressed in a scrambled assemblage of snakes. Twigs stick out,
Written by Lindsey Kircher. Taking in the terracotta reds and yellows of Catie Dillon’s most recent work, I am reminded
Written by Trevor Kiernander. Karine Guyon’s paintings don’t want you to see them online. Or rather, Karine Guyon’s paintings insist
Written by Raymond Hwang. Encountering Anna Berghuis’s work feels like walking into a mirrored fun house, where not only your
BASED ON SKYPE CONVERSATIONS WITH THE  ARTIST DURING THE WINTER OF 2020/2021 Written by Cal Robb. LIFE is a tender
Written by Catie Dillon. When Lindsey and I studied in Florence, the sunlight would stream through our apartment windows and
Written by Heather Drayzen. Heather: Where are you based now? Where do you make your work? Rose: I live in
Written by Stephanie Eche. I first experienced Jenn Cacciola’s artwork via a Zoom screen during the fall of 2020. Having
Written by Terra Keck. In a room somewhere sits the artist Natalie Jauregui-Ortiz. She draws down the shades to spaces
Written by Karine Guyon. At the dawn of Covid-19, an event we would all rather forget, there were only a
Written by Jenn Cacciola. Sometimes a ruthlessly reminiscent sound, smell or texture will cause me to pick up and dust
Written by Anna Berghuis. Raymond Hwang’s new body of work conquers perceived memory, often elaborating on the cracks that exist