Because I travel a lot for work, I found that digital drawings are the easiest way for me to keep making while not in my studio. I have a folder on my phone filled with these digital works that I then remake as physical pieces. — Anastasia Greer
My work is filled with nods to ’90s culture; Windows ‘95 screen savers, episodes of Nickelodeon cartoons, and 8-bit video games are just some of the references. — Anastasia Greer
MeetAschely Vaughan Cone
Aschely Vaughan Cone talks about her recent trip to Jakarta, repeated forms in her work, and her use of duality in painting.
Architect-turned-painter Ruth Freeman talks about how unrealistic expectations inform her work and infusing gesture in digitally-informed painting.
Queens-based Visakh Menon tells us about the aesthetics of glitches and how he came across his distinctive processes.