As humanity enters a new graphic skin, how will we remember our physical selves...or are we becoming computational mochas? Where do our avatars hang out when not in use? Our print works from the recent exhibitions Café Avatar explore these meandering questions through playful interplay of figurative and abstract forms, printed on large-format punched synthetic felt. These soft floating modular works (concepted as diptychs, the individual pieces are almost infinitely pairable ) shape shift across an RGB blue void and await your call.
Digital Howl [.cava]
By: Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi
Medium: Screen print on punched synthetic felt, modular acrylic peg system
Size: Modular; 24 x 36 inches each
Exhibition History: Universtiy of Tennessee at Chattanooga, grayDUCK Gallery