Ipso often displays art, but this time we’re asking artists to show their work.
An exercise in creative reverse engineering, That’s Interesting is a visual articulation of an artist’s early creative process, collecting moments just before inspiration–when an idea’s component parts have yet to coalesce–and putting them on display.
Call it a pre-art show. Call it an examination of process. Just don’t call it boring.
Participating Artists: Gail Anderson, John Banasiak, Diana Behl, Kelsey Benson, Jim Groth, Ted Heeren, Bernie Hunhoff, Amy Jarding, Altman Studeny, and Marc Wagner.