7 beats, don’t want to do 8, it’s too square | Selina Trepp
Edition Size: 16
Dimensions: 18″ x 18″
Inscriptions: Signature, Edition Number (Verso)
In collaboration with Janice Misurell-Mitchell
Ten x Ten is a collaboration between visual artists and musicians exploring visual and auditory interaction. By challenging artists to conceptualize their work across media, Ten x Ten asks participants to stretch and expand their creative process. Through producing a limited edition compilation and public presentation of the resulting artworks, Ten x Ten documents, celebrates, and promotes Chicago’s artistic community.
A lot of different colors
Original form and inversion
Absolute mirrored images
Make themselves known and go back into their texture
Clusters reaching out
7 beats, don’t want to do 8, it’s too square.
Janice Misurell-Mitchell (composer)
and Selina Trepp (artist)
Selina Trepp is an artist researching improvisation and economy within self-imposed limitations. For example, this edition at Spudnik Press was the first time in three years she worked from a new stock of art supplies. Trepp combines performance, installation, painting, and sculpture to create intricate setups for photos, drawings and animations. She is also active in the experimental music scene. Trepp’s work has been shown locally and internationally, as a solo artist and collaborator. She has received numerous awards including an Illinois Arts Council Fellowship. She lives and works in Chicago.