Miguel Aragon’s new series of works on paper focuses on his very different “lifestyles” in various environments over the last few years (Juarez, Mexico; smalltown middle America;...
Kind of Blue: Joshua Saunders
Joshua Saunders is an Austin-based artist who works largely with the paper detritus of everyday life from today and recent decades. He also creates poignant assemblage sculptures from everyday ephemera.
Joshua Saunders shows new work (collages, sculpture, images). Josh T Franco often writes his artist statements (an Austin art worlds secret no one cares about). The process begins when Joshua sends Josh a rambling email with images and some punctuation. Josh writes back with flourish and craftiness. This new work starts from found flashcards (shit, did he just tell a secret?). It is terrifying to respond to vocabulary cards with more word [sic]. So I am done. In flashcard spirit, the following (and title) are sampled from Joshua’s rambling email. (Is Josh lazy or just feeling blue?) Read these. See the show.
3 – 6 of these 40 x 60 ish confusing object to image relationship perfect / content-less / same time blue implications human emotional experience question intent upscaled / less benign / more cunning who the fuck took these pictures all my love.