An Art of Intervals is a both an art show and a zine/book featuring the work of Abigael Puritz and Grace Passerotti. The purpose of the show is to explore the medium of the "comic/graphic novel" as an art form in its own right, seperate from literature or art. There will be pages of brand new comics by both artists, as well as a release of the accompanying zine/book which will also feature an essay by critic CJ Severin.
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ABOUT THE ARTISTS!
Grace Passerotti is a bodacious babe freelancing art from portland, oregon. Made in 1989, Grace is inspired by bright colors, intense emotions and fleshmeats. She is currently working on a graphic novel which can be found at dearskincomic.com ! you can feast on delicious art atetsy.com/shop/CUTEMEATS and follow creepy updates on her instagram @ gracepasserotti
Abigael Puritz is a graphic novelist/painter/printmaker/enthusiastic dancer currently residing in Brooklyn NY, originally from Oneonta NY. A graduate of Purchase college School of art and design, she has shown her work several times at the NY Book Fair at MOMA PS1, Paper Jam at The Silent Barn, and is a regular contributor to Circus of Dreams at Bizarre in Bushwick Brooklyn. Her work is collections such as Columbia and Stanford University Libraries. She is inspired by the likes of Satoshi Kon, Rumiko Takahashi, Katsuhiro Otomo, Lynd Ward, and Frans Masereel. She is also inspired by Queer culture of all forms.