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  • Shallow Depths
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Critic: Ferda Kolatan, Pratt Institute GAUD
    Seminar: “Design Finesse”

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    hannibal NEWSOM: Shallow Depths is the conceptual development and exploration of possible environments. They exist beyond scale, they express depth without perspective, milieu without subject, and articulation without definition. These intricate displays are mere moments in time drawn from raging vortices of nascent worlds emerging from their primordial sludge. Life seems to lurk just beneath the aether.

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  • A Glimpse of Flow
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Critic: Ferda Kolatan, Pratt Institute GAUD
    Seminar: “Design Finesse”

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    achilleas KAKKAVAS: “A Glimpse of Flow” is an investigation of materiality. Through a series of experimentations on arranging and mixing, material is forced to reveal its characteristics and produce patterns of flow, blending and transformation. Through different photographic technics the creation of ambiguity is achieved. The images are familiar to the eye but enhanced with a blur understanding of the material, process, scale, limit and time.

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  • Always Everything Everywhere
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Critic: Ferda Kolatan, Pratt Institute GAUD
    Seminar: “Design Finesse”

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    christian o. STROM: The images focus on moments of material transformation as moments of heightened ambiguity. Forms, boundaries, textures and colors become unfamiliar and the resulting amorphous nature of the subject invites questions about being and becoming.

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  • Extrabeing
    brooklyn NEW YORK

    Critic: Ferda Kolatan, Pratt Institute GAUD
    Seminar: “Design Finesse”

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    roman CHIKERINETS: The theme is Horror Vacui, and I decided to use and re-appropriate elements directly from nature. That said I wanted to create a sort of coat, so I skinned and stitched once living tissue and created a vegetarian sort of cloak (I guess it is more ethical to skin something that does not make too much immediate noise). Here is where “Maya met raw fruit.”

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