I've been absent for a few days as a result of my mother breaking her ankle (poor Grace Kelly! send loving thoughts her way, it'll help her recover from surgery!). From the woods of Wisconsin, I am sitting writing you and it seems appropriate to pick up the artist of the day update with one I have known for years, ever since we lived in Milwaukee years ago.
Nate Page is an artist who explores architecture in a variety of ways that affect the social and functional implications of a structure. His recent installation at Machine Projects earned him a great deal of attention, as he actually turned the building inside out. Check out what he has to say about his project here:
He was also featured in Beatiful/Decay Magazine for a series of carved magazines that are beautiful in both their topographic qualities as well as their power as fragmented faces. Take a look at a review here:
Since we understand that Nate is interested in exploring time and space, we invited him to join the project in hopes that something would happen that wouldn't just be about the animated image, but something that also resonates with the morning and alteration of both image and time. We are totally proud to have worked with him on this project, and look forward to future collaborations.
Three days left! Please know that by contributing to this project you are making a statement about not only creativity, but the power of community and numbers as well! Thanks to all the Backers out there reading this for believing in our project! In the next three days, you can make a world of difference by helping us to promote this fundraiser! Please help!
In thanks and appreciation,
The Quick and Dirty Team