• Best of Emerge 2013

    Issue 03  /  Lisa Nilsson: Pulp Anatomy Science and art have long been relegated to the left and right brain respectively: two distinct modes of theory that confound the possibility for coexistence.  Pragmatism is pitted against creativity and order contends with unpredictability.  Although the technical practice of fine art is often analogous to a scientific […]

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  • Issue 07 Foreword

    It all begins with a conversation.  Artists and collectors are connected by a web of association and it is through these conversations from seemingly disparate sources- whether it’s the person you first meet at a gallery opening, or an artist you accidentally find when conducting a Google search- that opens Pandora’s box. In our interview […]

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  • Issue 05 Foreword

    Issue 05 is the week of synchronicity.  In our earlier days as a quarterly publication we never had the opportunity to time our features with exhibitions.  But now that we’re weekly it’s a whole new game. Emerge artist Hollis Brown Thornton revels in antiquated technological formats like VHS and Atari and re-introduces those relics through […]

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