The development of an artist’s work contains a series of intimate decisions; deletions, substitutions, and additions. Whether it be mental or tactile, these actions are crucial to the decision making process in creating. This exhibition is a collection of work dedicated to the individual process that each artist engages in when creating and the diversity of similar mediums.
Paolo Del Castillo
Smoke Break in June
A Young Girl Commutes Alone
The Lone Cart At Grand Central Station
Crossing Each Other
G.R.I.T [Brandon & JB]
"You are here by my
Through all the changes
We've been through everything
So far from strangers
You more like my best friend
My perfect angel”
"if you knew, what this game'll do to
Been in this shit since
Look at all the bullshit I been through
Sure caught beef with you know who"
"Sky is the limit and you know that you can have
what you want, pressin’ what you want.
Sky is the limit and you know that you keep on,
Just keep on pressin' on”
"I don't wanna live no mo'
Sometimes I hear death knockin at my front do'
I'm livin everyday like a hustle, another drug to juggle;
another day, another struggle
Self Portrait "The Immigration Process"
Self Portrait "The Documentation Of My Womanhood"
The End is Silent
We at FORVLL are grateful for yet another successful exhibition. Process was our first exhibition working exclusively with photographers and mixed media artists. We are beyond thankful to work with such a talented and diverse group of individuals who are all inspiring to be around. This exhibition revealed around the individual process each artist engages in when creating and developing their work. The incorporation of traditional media onto digital photography, collage with organic material and developing photos with non-traditional methods are just a portion of the work shown during this exhibition. The birth of new possibilities, collaborations, and friendships were some of the best highlights from this project. We hope to continue to inspire and be inspired by the creatives we work with.