Alumni in the News: Elaine Cameron-Weir

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Installation view, Venus Anadyomene, Elaine Cameron-Weir at Ramiken Crucible, 2014. Courtesy of the artist.
 

Elaine Cameron-Weir: Metabolic décor
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May 7, 2014

ILY: I’ve always been intrigued by your use of perfume and scent as a material in your sculptural work. Perfume seems to work on a chemical level of aesthetics. It demands narrative to even speak of it at all. I was wondering how you started working with this as material? MORE>>


Installation view, Venus Anadyomene, Elaine Cameron-Weir at Ramiken Crucible, 2014. Courtesy of the artist.

Elaine Cameron-Weir: In Conversation with Alex Bacon
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June 8, 2015

Alex Bacon met with Elaine Cameron-Weir in her Brooklyn studio to discuss some of the issues at play in and around her work.

Structured less as an investigation of Cameron-Weir’s biography, the iconography of her work, or the physical processes that create it, this text captures instead the wide-ranging discussion they had of the issues behind, raised by, and surrounding the work.

They move through a plethora of topics that came up along the way, including New Age aesthetics of symbolism and telepathy, the role of politics and discourse in art, and visual versus spoken language. MORE>>