1. Doug Herren

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    Sculptor/Ceramicist, Doug Herren talks about the industrial influences that he uses to expand upon his ceramics and pottery background to create large vessel forms in bright acid colors.

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    • Look! It's Libby and Roberta - Cézanne and Beyond

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      Libby and Roberta of theartblog.org take us to the exhibit, Cézanne and Beyond at the Philadelphia Museum of Art to discuss the infuence of Cézanne on modern and contemporary artists. produced by Studioscopic shot and edited by David S. Kessler

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      • Phila2035 release event video

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        PHILADELPHIA2035 is the comprehensive plan for the City of Philadelphia. Video directed by David S Kessler Produced by STUDIOSCOPIC INC in collaboration with Sage Communications for Philadelphia City Planning Commission

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        • Studioscopic: Hester Stinnett

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          Hester Stinnett makes monoprints combining the personal notes of her mother suffering from dementia with a handwritten manuscript of Joseph Conrad made just before the writing of his greatest novels.

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          • Studioscopic: Kukuli Velarde

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            Kukuli Velarde references the pre-Columbian imagery of her native Peru to explore issues of colonization, as well as personal issues such as aging. Known and respected as a ceramics artist for works like her Isichapuitu series, which involved 74 variations on a 2,000 year-old Huastecan statue, Velarde now lives at Norris Square in Philadelphia, where for the last few years she has been exploring herself as a painter—a thing she once thought she would never do again. www.studioscopic.com

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            • Studioscopic: Rubens Ghenov

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              Rubens Ghenov on his folkloric drawings, intertwining symbols from his native Brazil to that of his current residence in the US. Done in charcoal and ink, Ghenovs work develops into narrative as he explores his own faith and connection to spirituality. studioscopic.com

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              • Studioscopic: Steven Dufala and Billy Blaise Dufala

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                during their show at Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia, part of ‘Challenge 3', Steven and Billy Blaise Dufala talk about working together as artists and brothers and the use of humor in their sculpture and events. studioscopic.com

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                • Studioscopic: Zoe Strauss

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                  Philadelphian, Zoe Strauss is a conceptual artists and photographer. She is well known for her striking, honest and often unnerving photographs of America that she decribes as "the beauty and struggle of everyday life." Her career is skyrocketing with her second solo exhibit at Bruce Silverstein Gallery in NY and the release of her first book, America through Ammo Books. Using new footage and footage taken during the production of If You Break the Skin You Must Come In, the feature length documentary about Strauss in which she was interviewed by teenagers in the Philadelphia foster care system, this video explores the intent behind Strauss' annual installation under I95 and her relationship with her subjects. dir. David S. Kessler www.studioscopic.com

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