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Krista Hoefle
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Krista Hoefle

June 14 - July 3, 2010

Krista Hoefle examines feminine, archetypal roles found within the genres of sci-fi and cyberpunk film and literature through invented female characters found in speculative fiction and film. She uses imaging formats normally found in the realms of science (scans, x-rays, blueprints, sonograms), combining them with abstract data to create an open-ended narrative about a fictional character impacted by technology and innovation. While at Anchor Graphics Krista worked on a series of that combines cyanotypes, screen printing, and collage.

 

Watch Part 1 of Krista Hoefle's Artist-In-Residence Lecture

Watch Part 2 of Krista Hoefle's Artist-In-Residence Lecture

 

science lab
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cyanotype, screen print, collage, and hand coloring
25” x 19”
2010

 

science lab
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cyanotype, screen print, and collage
25” x 19”
2010

 

science stuff
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screen print and collage
18" x 18"
2010

 

science lab
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cyanotype, screen print, and collage
25” x 19”
2010

 

science lab
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cyanotype, screen print, and collage
25” x 19”
2010

 

science stuff
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screen print, collage, and hand coloring
12 1/2" x 12 1/2"
2010