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12.17.2009

Mia Pearlman





Mia graduated with a BFA in Architecture and Planning from Cornell University, College of Art in 1996. Her works evoke environmental chaos, physical instability, and infinite destructive forces beyond human control.





It is incredible to watch the process of Mia's works as they evolve. Her cut paper installations constantly appear to mutate from a vortex within.

[images and text extracted from Mia Pearlman]

For more information, visit Mia Pearlman

3 comments:

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I appreciate the work of all people who share information with others.

mein™ said...

Thank you for the encouragement!

Charles Briggs said...

Thank you for introducing me to Mia Pearlman's fantastic work! I was initially reminded of Scott Hazard's intricately layered work (http://www.smart-urban-stage.com/blog/future-of-the-city/shackles-of-the-past/). Both artists seem to manipulate the space their art inhabits.. cool stuff. Thanks.

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