Tag Archives: Rita Patel

“we are creative energy manifest”: an interview with Rita Patel

22 Jan

“My ultimate mission or goal in life is for people to realize or understand the idea of possibility and that they themselves are creative. I think we’ve been trained not to think about ourselves that way. And we all are, just by the fact that we exist. We are constantly being created. We are creative energy manifest.”

from an interview with the artist Rita Patel in the Winter 2013 issue

 

conversation with the artist Rita Patel

4 Jan


Another Winter 2013 issue preview is ready. In early December, we sat down at Skype with Rita Patel to discuss her work and approach to creating. We came away quite inspired. And we know you’ll be inspired, too. The interview is peppered with links to the various influences she mentions. Enjoy!

influences: Tara Donovan

4 Jan

In an interview for the Winter 2013 issue, Rita Patel lists some of her primary influences. Tara Donovan is one of them. Sculptural installation art — we love it.

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