Mags Harries was born in Wales, graduated from the Leicester College of Art and Design, received her MFA at Southern Illinois University, and teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. She is a multimedia artist who uses found objects, drawing, photography, performance, new technology, and 3D printing to fabricate visually
Eva Rothschild, who will represent Ireland at the 2019 Venice Biennale, expands on the Modernist sculptural tradition, using a range of materials including jesmonite, wood, Perspex, steel, aluminum, polystyrene, fabric, leather, and beads. Her work often examines how objects acquire meaning peripheral to their material reality through the different beliefs, ideologies, and religions imposed on
Tania Kovats’s work encompasses sculpture, installation, and large-scale, time-based projects that investigate the layered aspects of landscape—that which lies beneath and beyond what is perceived with the naked eye. These unknown spaces— shifting tides, weathered rock faces, wood grain, and even the uncharted territories of outer space—are mysteries to be unraveled.
Seattle Frye Art Museum “Your Feast Has Ended” brought together three young sculptors who share cross-disciplinary approaches to tribal identity, gender, and the social and political status of minorities. Co-curators Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker and Scott Lawrimore gave the artists generous latitude: each piece was accompanied by a lengthy, detailed explanation, often accusatory, hectoring, and contradictory.