Regina Parkinson sat down with Recent Graduate Exhibitor, Devra Freelander, in her studio in Greenpoint, New York to talk about her practice, her participation in the upcoming NYC fall edition and what it’s like to be an emerging artist in New York City.
Monday 4 January, 2021
The Recent Graduate Exhibition at the Affordable Art Fair NYC is a dedicated platform that supports emerging artists and curators within the contemporary art community. This fall, our NYC edition will present two emerging artists including New York based sculptor Devra Freelander and installation artist Natalie Baxter, with their exhibition curated by Regina Parkinson.
Regina Parkinson sat down with one of the artists, Devra Freelander, in her studio in Greenpoint, New York to talk about her practice, her participation in the upcoming NYC fall edition and what it’s like to be an emerging artist in New York City.
To see Devra’s vibrant work, that exists at the intersection of geology and technology, in person, visit the Affordable Art Fair NYC, September 14-17, 2017 at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea, New York.
Devra’s thoughts on her influences, analogue vs. digital, affordable and accessible art and the mediums she uses.
Devra’s artistic style, message and the balance between geology and technology.
Devra and Regina discuss the creative process, distilling nature and establishing the Material Girls Collective.
Regina asks Devra about her journey from education through to becoming a practicing artist.
Devra talks about her latest works including an installation at Socrates Sculpture Park.
Finally, Devra provides insight on her future projects and goals; including a residency in the Arctic Circle and exhibiting at Affordable Art Fair New York, Fall 2017.