Category Archives: Fiber Arts

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D.I.Y.V.I.P. at Home is Where the Needle Marks

My latest installation “D.I.Y.V.I.P.” will be debuting at Pop tArt Gallery as part of Home is Where the Needle Marks, an exhibition of contemporary fiber art. Please do join us for the opening reception Saturday, June 16th 7-11pm The exhibition

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D.I.Y.V.I.P. at Home is Where the Needle Marks

My latest installation “D.I.Y.V.I.P.” will be debuting at Pop tArt Gallery as part of Home is Where the Needle Marks, an exhibition of contemporary fiber art. Please do join us for the opening reception Saturday, June 16th 7-11pm The exhibition

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New Video Collaboration with Jennifer Sindon

My “Muscular” piece from The Anatomical Knit Hood Series makes a cameo in Jennifer Sindon’s latest video work! So happy to have been part of her collaborative process. Check out the video below:

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New Video Collaboration with Jennifer Sindon

My “Muscular” piece from The Anatomical Knit Hood Series makes a cameo in Jennifer Sindon’s latest video work! So happy to have been part of her collaborative process. Check out the video below:

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Anatomical Knit Hood Series

Commissioned by Joyce boutique, I’ve completed five new sculptures that comprise The Anatomical Knit-Hood Series. Each piece (respectively titled Skeletal, Muscular, Cardiovascular, Subcutaneous Fat, and Epidermis/Surface) is based on a different layer of the human anatomy. They reveal that which

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Anatomical Knit Hood Series

Commissioned by Joyce boutique, I’ve completed five new sculptures that comprise The Anatomical Knit-Hood Series. Each piece (respectively titled Skeletal, Muscular, Cardiovascular, Subcutaneous Fat, and Epidermis/Surface) is based on a different layer of the human anatomy. They reveal that which

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L.A. Exhibition at Knit Culture Studio!

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be having my first Los Angeles exhibition of the knit skeleton! A new iteration of Transcending the Material will be on display at Knit Culture Studio. Come join us for the opening reception Thursday,

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L.A. Exhibition at Knit Culture Studio!

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be having my first Los Angeles exhibition of the knit skeleton! A new iteration of Transcending the Material will be on display at Knit Culture Studio. Come join us for the opening reception Thursday,

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Tasting Cultures: The Arts of Latino Foodways

If you’re in Milwaukee between now and July, come check out Tasting Cultures at the Latino Arts Gallery, where my piece, Transcending the Material is on display. This is your chance to see the knit skeleton in person! March 4 – July

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Tasting Cultures: The Arts of Latino Foodways

If you’re in Milwaukee between now and July, come check out Tasting Cultures at the Latino Arts Gallery, where my piece, Transcending the Material is on display. This is your chance to see the knit skeleton in person! March 4 – July

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Interview: Collectif France Tricot

Solène from Collectif France Tricot (French Knitting Collective) asked me to do an interview for their website. It’s available in french and english: Hello Ben Cuevas, can you introduce yourself? I’d be happy to. I’m a mixed media installation artist,

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Interview: Collectif France Tricot

Solène from Collectif France Tricot (French Knitting Collective) asked me to do an interview for their website. It’s available in french and english: Hello Ben Cuevas, can you introduce yourself? I’d be happy to. I’m a mixed media installation artist,

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Transcending the Material

These photos document “Transcending the Material”, a mixed media piece that I created and installed while in residence at the Wassaic Project (an arts collective and residency program located in New York state). The piece was exhibited at the Wassaic

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Transcending the Material

These photos document “Transcending the Material”, a mixed media piece that I created and installed while in residence at the Wassaic Project (an arts collective and residency program located in New York state). The piece was exhibited at the Wassaic