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  • Image: Nicholas MURAGLIA.
    new haven CONNECTICUT

    ​Yale School of Architecture (YSOA)
    Patternism Seminar, 2015
    critic: Brennan BUCK.

    One of the more striking shifts in our discipline in recent years has been a re-emerging focus on representation—drawing in particular.

    students: Emau VEGA, Hui Zhen NG, Jessica ANGEL, Junpei OKAI, & Nicholas MURAGLIA.

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  • Chad GORDON, "Untitled."
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Chad GORDON: Brooklyn-based artist, Chad Gordon works with found images to generate idiosyncratic, often absurd combinations. In Gordon’s highly specific compositions of clipped, clustered, and layered fragments, generic price tag stickers, normally associated with the American dollar store, puncture ceremonial tribal masks, interrupt advertisements, and confront iconic contemporary artworks.

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  • digital collage project
    oakland CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    mark SCHAER: The first collage i made was of a pack of wolves, (was thinking about Jack London at the time) so I scanned these comic book illustrations, chopped them up, added background photographs, thinking i would eventually make a painting, or drawing…. but the idea of making a painting sounded slow and tired at the time, so i just kept playing with the images of the wolves. First they were running in the snow field, then they were running for their lives from a forrest fire…. i fell in love with how easy it was to play with the images and before even realizing it, I had made dozens more, on a kind of image binge. For the first time the pixels really became the thing. Its a simple thought, but it was a personal breakthrough of sorts, and has opened up a lot of possibilities in my work.

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