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Alterna Magazine Oct 2013
Alterna Magazine Oct 2013

ALTERNA, Japan

Featured Artist - Social Design Gallery

October issue, 2013 - interview by Satomi Iwasawa

Alterna: Japanese monthly business magazine focused on international environmental issues and CSR (corporate social responsibility).

http://www.alterna.co.jp/

WSOC Channel 9 News - GoCAROLINAS

Put your best art forward

02.10.2013

http://www.gocarolinas.com/news/entertainment/art-showdown-hart-witzen/nbDbR/

 

Dinh’s art is special because she begins by pouring art onto a canvas, then she shapes it with a squeegee.  She has painted in front of a live audience before, but is typically accompanied by dancers and musicians.

“It’s interesting because you also hear people’s comments.  You try to have it as white noise,” Dinh says.  “You have to mentally prepare yourself for it, because when you’re in your studio, it’s just you and your art work.  So when you have an audience it changes the atmosphere, it changes the energy – you feel the eyeballs on you.”

- See more at: http://www.gocarolinas.com/news/entertainment/art-showdown-hart-witzen/nbDbR/#sthash.W2Cgm7xz.dpuf

Dinh’s art is special because she begins by pouring art onto a canvas, then she shapes it with a squeegee.  She has painted in front of a live audience before, but is typically accompanied by dancers and musicians.

“It’s interesting because you also hear people’s comments.  You try to have it as white noise,” Dinh says.  “You have to mentally prepare yourself for it, because when you’re in your studio, it’s just you and your art work.  So when you have an audience it changes the atmosphere, it changes the energy – you feel the eyeballs on you.”

- See more at: http://www.gocarolinas.com/news/entertainment/art-showdown-hart-witzen/nbDbR/#sthash.W2Cgm7xz.dpuf

Dinh’s art is special because she begins by pouring art onto a canvas, then she shapes it with a squeegee.  She has painted in front of a live audience before, but is typically accompanied by dancers and musicians.

“It’s interesting because you also hear people’s comments.  You try to have it as white noise,” Dinh says.  “You have to mentally prepare yourself for it, because when you’re in your studio, it’s just you and your art work.  So when you have an audience it changes the atmosphere, it changes the energy – you feel the eyeballs on you.”

- See more at: http://www.gocarolinas.com/news/entertainment/art-showdown-hart-witzen/nbDbR/#sthash.W2Cgm7xz.dpuf

Dinh’s art is special because she begins by pouring art onto a canvas, then she shapes it with a squeegee.  She has painted in front of a live audience before, but is typically accompanied by dancers and musicians.

“It’s interesting because you also hear people’s comments.  You try to have it as white noise,” Dinh says.  “You have to mentally prepare yourself for it, because when you’re in your studio, it’s just you and your art work.  So when you have an audience it changes the atmosphere, it changes the energy – you feel the eyeballs on you.”

- See more at: http://www.gocarolinas.com/news/entertainment/art-showdown-hart-witzen/nbDbR/#sthash.W2Cgm7xz.dpuf

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