Recently, I cought up with the installation artist Charles Mary Kubricht, who splits her time in New York and Marfa, Texas. I met Charles Mary through other friends that overlaped with her at during a Yaddo artist residency.
Her most recent project is at the Chealsa High Line, and explores the intersection of camouflage and art, revealing the psychology and engineering behind the concealment of what is otherwise visible. Although seemingly digitally rendered, all her work is painstakingly painted by hand.
Charles Mary also showed me some recent photographs focused on Mount Livermore, a landmark for drug traffickers and undocumented workers backpacking in West Texas, where she adopted the mountain as the focus of her artwork
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