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Cross/Sections: Anna Vlaminck

Cross/Sections: Anna Vlaminck
Anna Vlaminck. Lacrimal Gland Illustration. (Image courtesy of the artist) Popular wisdom commonly places art and science at utter odds. Where one is rooted in logic and limited by the constraints of the “real world,” the other is intrinsically illogical and unconstrained by what is possible. A scientist’s mind must be disciplined to accept only what is before it, but an artist cannot function... 

Behind the Salons: An Interview with Ania Szremski and Rebecca Hernandez

Behind the Salons: An Interview with Ania Szremski and Rebecca Hernandez
I recently met up with the two women behind threewalls’ current threewallsSALON series, Ania Szremski and Rebecca Hernandez.  Both are currently studying for their MA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and have a breadth of knowledge about, well, the idea of knowledge itself.  We covered a range of topics, from our realization that we each have an apparent “imposter complex” to professionalization... 
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