New Artist Interview :: Mara Baker

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“In my Installations I purposefully choose to use fragile materials and form tenuous relationships between them. These relationships often have the outcome of perceived failure. The water can’t fight the twenty feet of gravity; the tubing system can’t sustain the pressure and leaks, or the sponges are unable to absorb enough moisture. Yet in this failure, I am forced to accept the ambiguity of an unknown outcome and revel in the complexity which foretells this assured failure.”

-Mara Baker

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2 Responses to “New Artist Interview :: Mara Baker”


  1. 1 Caio Fernandes 09.23.2009 at 3:49 pm

    Mara Baker’s work is really good .
    i liked to discover her . thank you !!

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