• $8000
  • size 70" × 62"
  • year 2018
  • materials Acrylic and atomized acrylic on canvas
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“The title is taken from Margaret Atwood's 1993 novel "The Robber Bride," in which one of the main characters talks about how another character (or at least another character's soul or essence) travels across time and space, how she can seemingly be in (and not in) numerous places, realms and consciousnesses simultaneously.” — Will Hutnick
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About the Artist

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Will Hutnick (b.1985) uses mixed media to question ideas about chance, method, and materiality. Process figures heavily in his work, combining additive and reductive tactics to create imagery that appears unearthed rather than applied with brush. His strong sense of color and shape has obvious valences with cartography and topography, in addition to geology, textile, and printmaking. Hutnick received a BA from Providence College and his MFA from Pratt Institute. He has curated and exhibited across the country, and his work has appeared in New American Paintings.

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  • Will Hutnick talks about his interest in map-making, materials, and the importance of sunlight in the morning.

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