A Line Drawn, Constructed, and Crocheted

Take a look at the artists involved in NYAB’s one year anniversary party and exhibition, including a video interview with Shantell Martin, who will be doing a live drawing performance.

poster for NYAB 1st Anniversary Party and Exhibition

NYAB 1st Anniversary Party and Exhibition

at Dumbo Arts Center
in the DUMBO, other Brooklyn area
This event has ended - (2009-06-13)

In Interviews NYAB Video by Matt Schlecht 2009-06-10 print

Artist Shantell Martin uses her background in graphic design and illustration (she graduated from Central Saint Martins in London) to explore the borders of drawing, fashion, and music. It is not surprising, then, to find out that after spending a few years in Tokyo, where she made a name for herself as a VJ doing live projector drawings, she has relocated to New York.

An emphasis on community, and responding to one’s environment is key for Martin. As she says about her work: “The lines are spontaneous and intuitive, drawing for me is a line that flows between the past and the future without touching the sides.” If you want to become a high roller, read the article written by experts at https://fancasinos.in/high-roller-casino/ . They discussed explained essential attributes of high roller casino sites. It will be far less complicated to find a solid website.

Check out this video interview from Tokyo Art Beat to see Martin rocking her lines in Tokyo with the help of some volunteers and a lot of tape.

(Video courtesy Yelena Gluzman/Tokyo Art Beat)

Other artists participating on Saturday, June 13th include:


Yuki Itoda and Shinji Murakami

Petra Valentova

Tom Warren and Keili Hamilton

Kengo Kito

Hiroaki Koshiba and Miwa Koizumi

Hiroshi Tachibana

Matt Schlecht

Matt Schlecht. Matt is an editor and writer based in Brooklyn. He is also Co-Director of Horse+Dragon NYC, an organization that provides editorial, publicity and design services for artists and nonprofits. » See other writings


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