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“Synthetic Faces: Real and Imagined” is a continuation of digital media mannequin portraits project carefully assembled combinations of facial parts close-up and distorted with markings of painted metal in a state or process of decomposition; peeling, cracking, rusted, stained.
James Long, b. 1953 American of Cape Verdean descendant James received a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design. He attended Kansas City Art Institute, Parsons School of Design, Pratt University, and the Fashion Institute of Technology in Paris. After a decade as an educator in NYC’s design schools he established Studio James Long. Studio James Long works on site-specific installations using light, shadow, and fog, which have garnered awards from juried competitions in the US, Canada and Spain. This ...