featuring a collection of edible insects displayed on teapots, spincher woos us with her ability to magnify the imagination when she adds cynical commentary to these otherwise ridiculous child-like objects, delving into each of the very messed up head spaces of these strange and frighteningly misunderstood creatures that are also relics of our own real subconscious.
limiting himself to pre-made, mass-produced objects, chauvinsky dares to divide even the smallest thing, working with match sticks, beads, bullet shells, and plastic babies. his "future relics" provide us with the sense that life as it is has come to an end, forcing us to re-examine those things we took for granted
playing off the theme of adult coloring and its unexplored connotations, bouvard unleashes a brilliant series of drawings which are really quite adult in content and ostensibly meant to be colored. his works are computer generated enhancing the line quality to a degree which insinuates efficiency and high class