When LoopmasterM arrived at Aurobora, she explained that she wanted to make work from existing materials stocked in the studio and be dictated by random systems and approaches. She uses various found materials as a launch pad into a new body of work, incorporating etching inks, gesso, acrylic house paint, oil, wax, tape, graphite, etc. as an “outside” system dictates (“When you live off a dirt road you learn that improvisation is a necessity and that everything has hidden potential…”). Each studio session progresses organically and the work LoopmasterM creates connects aesthetically to some previous effort that orbits around her signature gestures and unexpected juxtaposition of materials.
2011 / 2012 / 2015/ 2016
Craig Communications; Management 360; Stott Collection; Marks Family Collection