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sculpy, 2014

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July 14, 2014

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July 8, 2014
Install shot at Rock512Devil, with me and Ginevra Shay.

Install shot at Rock512Devil, with me and Ginevra Shay.

July 3, 2014
Bee Sting. 3’ x 3,’ mechanical pencil, 2014.

Bee Sting. 3’ x 3,’ mechanical pencil, 2014.

June 25, 2014
Grimes of Passage 36” x 36,” mechanical pencil on paper, 2014

Grimes of Passage 36” x 36,” mechanical pencil on paper, 2014

June 23, 2014
New work. New show. Baltimore.

New work. New show. Baltimore.

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Filed under: rock512devil ginevra shay 
June 19, 2014
packetbiweekly:

Miranda Pfeiffer interviewed by Anthony Cudahy in Issue #035

packetbiweekly:

Miranda Pfeiffer interviewed by Anthony Cudahy in Issue #035

June 19, 2014
packetbiweekly:

Miranda Pfeiffer interviewed by Anthony Cudahy in Issue #035

packetbiweekly:

Miranda Pfeiffer interviewed by Anthony Cudahy in Issue #035

June 11, 2014
How do you describe the dialogue between Stone and Paper in Back Forth Love song?
In ‘Back & Forth Love Song,’ I wanted to know what a sheet of paper could say that a stone could not. And also, it could be a teenage love-letter to a gravestone, or vice versa.
The words ‘It Tolls For Thee’ originally come from the John Donne poem, ‘No Man is an Island,’ and then later on were referenced in the introduction to ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls,’ by Hemingway. Both pieces ask us who or what is worth living and dying for. Especially in the case of For Whom The Bell Tolls, most of it takes place on a mountain where a man is waiting for his death. He has very specific human-drama interactions during that time, with his girlfriend or the leader of his group of rebels, but the book describes how life is simultaneously a series of minor conversations and a participation in a larger struggle…in Robert Jordan’s case…the Spanish Revolution. You asked about entropy, this book is the ultimate exploration of it. I wanted to touch on that same timeline a bit. Playfully, I thought that maybe our gravestones could even fall out of the time continuum, and talk with youthful, more fragile, paper-like beings. The question of ‘What for?’ is eternal, but not a pointless thing to ask forever.
-Excerpts from the interview Rock Line, in conversation with Max Guy

How do you describe the dialogue between Stone and Paper in Back Forth Love song?

In ‘Back & Forth Love Song,’ I wanted to know what a sheet of paper could say that a stone could not. And also, it could be a teenage love-letter to a gravestone, or vice versa.

The words ‘It Tolls For Thee’ originally come from the John Donne poem, ‘No Man is an Island,’ and then later on were referenced in the introduction to ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls,’ by Hemingway. Both pieces ask us who or what is worth living and dying for. Especially in the case of For Whom The Bell Tolls, most of it takes place on a mountain where a man is waiting for his death. He has very specific human-drama interactions during that time, with his girlfriend or the leader of his group of rebels, but the book describes how life is simultaneously a series of minor conversations and a participation in a larger struggle…in Robert Jordan’s case…the Spanish Revolution. You asked about entropy, this book is the ultimate exploration of it. I wanted to touch on that same timeline a bit. Playfully, I thought that maybe our gravestones could even fall out of the time continuum, and talk with youthful, more fragile, paper-like beings. The question of ‘What for?’ is eternal, but not a pointless thing to ask forever.

-Excerpts from the interview Rock Line, in conversation with Max Guy

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Filed under: max guy Miranda pfeiffer 
June 10, 2014

New Books::::

Rock Line: 60 pages, featuring prints & details from 12 drawings + an interview from March 2014. ($25)

Solitary Stones: 62 pages, featuring 6 large scale drawings and 31 detail photos + an interview from December 2013. ($25)

BUY IT HERE.

June 9, 2014