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Studio Sessions: Eszter Sapi


Welcome to the newest episode of Studio Sessions, the Big Red & Shiny podcast that explores the concepts and processes behind artists’ work. Our guest this episode is Eszter Sapi.

Eszter Sapi is a 2012 MFA graduate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and earned a BA from Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota in studio art in 2008. Eszter’s work is manifested in a wide variety of ways. She uses the same image or object repeatedly throughout several pieces; using mixed media techniques to produce several varieties of results from the same imagery. The structured use of repetition suggests that there is an intentional meaning contained within the compositions, although it may not be easy for the casual observer to discern. Listen as she decodes some of these works and explains the ideas she explores in her process.

About Author

Matt Kuhlman is an artist, writer, and journalist originally from Lawrence, KS. He earned his BFA in printmaking from the University of Kansas, and a Master's in journalism, also from the University of Kansas. His artwork has appeared in dozens of shows throughout the past decade, and Big Red & Shiny is the fourth online publication his work has appeared in. Currently in the Boston area, he has also lived in Albuquerque, Milwaukee, New York City, and rural Kentucky.

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