Dorothea Van Camp is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, and she has lived and worked in the Boston area for more than twenty years. Shown in many museum and gallery shows, her work has been written about in publications such as artscope magazine, Art New England, The Boston Phoenix and The Boston Globe. Van Camp's current work simultaneously surrenders to the presence of computers in our lives while resisting it with every stroke of paint. Her “Ghoulie Drawings” are included in “Entangled” at the Trustman Gallery, Simmons College in Boston until December 17th, 2008, and “Digital-non-Digital” at the FPAC Gallery through January 9th, 2009. See more of her work at www.unit35.com.
|“Split” from the series Ghoulie Drawings (cover art)||(Issue 11)|