Seelig, Warren
October 2008
Surface Design Journal;Fall2008, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p10
Trade Publication
The article profiles several young artists and describes their approaches to the visual arts. Caroline Lathan-Stiefel puts emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach to the visual arts and her work reflects cultural critic Lydia Matthew's observation about the rampant appropriation of craft by artists who have not had training specific to this medium. Claudia Crisan is said to be a model of an emerging artist because she has always moved easily from one medium to another. Sang Wook Lee draws on his personal biography to develop new structural work.


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