Amanda V. Wagner is probably drunk. Drunk on ideas, books, and bottom shelf bordeaux.
She is a writer, plagued by the same vices of the generations of writers before her. One can usually find her in a coffee shop sipping from bottomless mugs, or trotting behind ampersands in sentences repeatedly asking “and?” She suffers from the muchness, which often articulates itself in poor metaphors, similes, slurs, and sometimes Spanish. Her knees are scarred, her hair is wild, her tongue is purple, and she has something to say.
“I like to curate experiences. I hope for an audience that brings their burdens into the gallery, and who isn’t afraid of letting a their subjectivity entirely start the dialogue between them and the environment I’ve assisted in creating. ”
Adam Peditto is a ﬁlmmaker and video artist who’s work attacks
themes of the modern human experience through surreal metaphoric
images. In his spare time Peditto enjoys constructing jigsaw puzzles.
“I want to showcase artists who’s work demands viewings in the physical sense. Work that should not be seen through a computer screen or cell phone. Work that is dangerous and knows what it is saying.”
Asimina Chremos is a dancer/artist with interest in continua between form and flow, nature and culture, repetition and change, and discipline and pleasure. She began her artistic career as a ballet dancer and has since moved into improvisational and experimental dance, often performing with improvising musicians.
“I look for artists whose work is embodied, wild and smart.”
COLLAGE Festival – an introduction
We are a multi-day festival dedicated to the idea of low fi collaboration and the presentation of art that is not typically shown together in one venue. We have a lot of big ideas about art
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