IN THIS ISSUE

Tyrese L. Coleman | Krys Malcolm Belc | Tamiko Beyer

Matt Broaddus | Yujane Chen | Bertha Isabel Crombet

Kelly Dulaney | David Naimon | Jennifer Fossenbell | Faye Yan Zhang

K.M. English | Dana Fang | Gabriela Garcia | Theodosia Henney

Kelly Krumrie | Benjamin Krusling | Krystal Languell

Mingpei Li | Kripi Malviya | Joseph Stevens McClure

Brandon Melendez | Xandria Phillips | Laura Villareal

Abi Pollokoff | Alison Powell | Matt Reeck

Arielle Robbins | Cathy Ulrich | Vanessa Norton

Tyrese L. Coleman | Krys Malcolm Belc | Tamiko Beyer

Matt Broaddus | Yujane Chen | Bertha Isabel Crombet

Kelly Dulaney | David Naimon | Jennifer Fossenbell | Faye Yan Zhang

K.M. English | Dana Fang | Gabriela Garcia | Theodosia Henney

Kelly Krumrie | Benjamin Krusling | Krystal Languell

Mingpei Li | Kripi Malviya | Joseph Stevens McClure

Brandon Melendez | Xandria Phillips | Laura Villareal

Abi Pollokoff | Alison Powell | Matt Reeck

Arielle Robbins | Cathy Ulrich | Vanessa Norton

Chapbook
Vi Khi Nao

Chapbook

Vi Khi Nao

Featured Artist:
Katie Torn

New York-based artist Katie Torn integrates 3D computer graphics and video to model virtually simulated scenes out of the detritus of internet and consumer culture. Collecting discarded products and elements available online, Torn’s digital assemblages carry traces of past consumer eras and web browsing histories. Referencing 20th century investigations into pictorial space and representations of the body found in the Modernist traditions of Cubism and Futurism, Torn abstracts and mechanizes female forms to create fantasy worlds that could only exist in a digital realm.

Torn has exhibited her work at national and international locations including Wayne State University, Detroit, MI (2017); Arizona State University (2017); The MCA, Denver, Colorado (2016); Young Projects, Los Angeles, CA (2016); Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2015); The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel (2015); Art in General, New York (2015); Postmasters, New York (2014); Upfor Gallery, Portland (2014); MOMA PS1, New York (2014); Roots & Cultures Contemporary Art Center, Chicago (2013); MOCA, Los Angeles (2013); and Bitforms Gallery, New York (2013). She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2012). Torn was a 2013 Fellow at the Eyebeam Art & Technology Center, and a resident of LMCC Process Space on Governors Island in 2016. Her most recent solo exhibitions include An Ocean Without Water at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Denver (2017), CO and her Low Tide at Upfor Gallery in Portland, OR (2017).

Their other artwork can be found on their website and in the latest issue of BWR!