Interview with Sculptor Rachelle Dang

  Rachelle Dang (b. Honolulu, HI) has exhibited her work in New York at Fergus McCaffrey, Nathalie Karg Gallery, Motel, Hunter College,...
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The paradox of the beauty and violence, the fragility and the rupture, the seductive and the uncomfortable, makes it possible to have an active viewer - someone who would stay to question, wonder, reflect, scrutinize.

Bill Neumire

“I’m sorry,” he said, “I have a diary full of apologies” / “the bank was decorated,” he said, “in big-bulbed Christmas lights” / “you could have had a bigger dick,” we said, “some abs” / “doesn’t work make you,” he said, “lonely”

Re: Word: Nate Pritts

Such a beautiful orange trumpet! / Sometimes a keyhole is shaped like a cloud. // Those same words escaped me three times / because I wanted their sincerity // to sway people to have faith in me.

Erje Ayden

He said the three men he most admired were James Cagney, James Cagney, James Cagney. So Art and I had something in common – James Cagney.

Frank O’Hara on Erje Ayden

Ayden’s characters are quickly fixed by events in an airy space which belongs to no one, least of all them.

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