Iana Quesnell

Grab Life by the Horns, 2006; graphite on paper, 110
Grab Life by the Horns, 2006; graphite on paper, 110" x 52"

My drawings are autobiographical documentations of temporary living situations. To me, “home” is an ephemeral experience. Since I do not own property, I am curious about where I have a right to exist and what the rules and regulations are that govern my body. I approach my curiosity about ownership, not only by occupying spaces in the city, but through an engagement with the agencies that govern the city and the paper work that houses it’s various levels of design. This information makes up a good portion of the underlying codes dictating our daily interaction with our surroundings. By familiarizing myself with how this information is tied directly to my attitude about and movements through the spaces of the city, I acquire a sense of ownership of the city and of my movements - even if only on the level of the virtual.

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Seth Augustine
Kate Barclay
Veronika Bauer
Robert Becraft
Susannah Bielak
Boredom Patrol
Carl Burton
Mike Caloud
Raul Cardenas-Osuna
Fabian Cereijido
Matthew Coors
J. Tanner Cusick
Cathy de la Cruz
Evelyn Donnelly
Julia Dzwonkoski
James Enos
Deanna Erdmann
Kael Greco
Nico Herbst
Kate Hoffman
Scott Horsley
Sara Hunsucker
Glenna Jennings
Sharon Levy
Emiko Lewis-Sanchez

Derek Lomas
Esteban Martinez
Jennifer Medlin
Gretchen Mercedes
Patrick Miller
Elyse Montague
Patricia Montoya
Adam Moyer
Owen Mundy
Clare Parry
Kelly Pendergrast
Omar Pimienta
PG Toys
Serena Porrati
Iana Quesnell
Steven Rubin
Tristan Shone
Katherine Sweetman
The Magnum PIs
Robert Twomey
Yvonne Venegas
Nina Waisman
Caleb Waldorf
Kate Wall
Julia Westerbeke
Felipe Zuniga