Press & Profiles
The digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way, with unlimited opportunities. But does democratized culture mean better art or is true talent instead drowned out? This is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews with some of the world's most influential creators of the digital era.
TRIIIBE: SAME DIFFERENCE
AT THE FITCHBURG MUSEUM FEBRUARY 9 - JUNE 5, 2016
Fueled by a common interest in identity, performance artists Alicia, Kelly, and Sara Casilio (identical triplet sisters) and National Geographic photographer Cary Wolinsky joined forces in 2006 to form TRIIIBE - an artistic collective that often expands to include family, friends, and fellow artists. TRIIIBE's painstakingly staged photographs, performances, and videos play up the sameness of the sisters to provoke culturalconversations about gender, equality, and difference, while traversing hot-button social and political issues. Behind each TRIIIBE endeavor is a clever, satirical, and egalitarian exchange of ideas and an elaborate cluster of costumes, wigs, props, and make-up. READ MORE from a catalog created by students of Fitchburg State University.
American Craft Magazine, October/November 2014
Mary K. Baumann, the Creative Director of American Craft magazine saw a photo of our studio and asked if she could feature our home and work space in the Crafted Lives series of American Craft magazine. And…she allowed us to make the photographs ourselves. What we thought would be an afternoon shoot turned into weeks of work. Ours is a place where there are too many options and plenty of critics!
Many thousands of photographs later, here is a glimpse of Trillium Studios, our home and workspaces. The studio was designed by Wyly Brown. It was built by Wyle, and sculptors Jason Loik and Nick Doriss.
The article features some of our work and the art of Jason Loik, Syma, Rick and Laura Brown. View the full article.
AgendaNi Magazine, April 2014
A three-month visit in 1980 gave National Geographic photographer Cary Wolinsky a fascinating insight into life in Northern Ireland. He shares his tales of the Troubles and the province’s constant potential with Peter Cheney.