Take It Easy / Not So Easy
By Stanya Kahn
Samantha Culp & Andrea Hill
Both separately and together, Samantha Culp and Andrea Hill curate and produce innovative artist-led projects, most recently under the banner of their creative agency Paloma Powers.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Culp recently returned after a decade in greater China. Her writing has appeared in publications such as Artforum, New York Times T Magazine, and LEAP (艺术节) and she has curated projects for Impakt Festival, Design Shanghai, and the Los Angeles Art Book Fair.
Hill was a founding team member and Creative Director of online auction house Paddle8, and her writing has appeared in Aperture, Performa Magazine, and Collectorspace, Istanbul. As a curator, she has also produced exhibitions for galleries (The Goma, Tanja Grunert Gallery), museums (Matadero Madrid), and universities (Wesleyan's Zilkha Gallery).
- 80 x 60 cm
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German crafted professional grade frames in black and white individually crafted for Absolut Art and chosen by the curators and artists to best fit the artworks.
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- 0.24" aluminum frames
- UV proof plexiglass
- Magnetic open / close
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About Stanya Kahn
Stanya redefines categories and labels
“I am inspired by people– watching them, listening to them...”
As an interdisciplinary artist that works predominantly in video, Stanya Kahn works in sound design, writing, drawing and performance. Her work tries to re-define the borders between categories: fiction and reality, abstraction and representation, the real and the hyper-real, the uncanny and the mundane. Her sources of inspiration span the gamut, including literature, comedy, revolutionary movements and science. Kahn is also a 2012 Guggenheim Fellow in Film/Video, and her solo and collaborative works have been shown in the Whitney Biennial (2008), California Biennial (2010), MoMA, MOCA, Getty Museum, PS1 and the Hammer Museum. Tight-lipped about explaining her humorous submission for Absolut Art, Stanya hopes that her work is self-explanatory. After all, what good is a joke if you have to explain it?