Margaret Wiss / is an interdisciplinary artist. Her work seeks to be shaped by each environment and the individuals who contribute to its development. She values the vitality of collaboration. She has an MFA in Dance from New York University’s Tisch School for the Arts.
Learn more at https://www.margaretwiss.com/
These photographs are from the series ‘up in the air’. It is a document of a daily movement exploration and meditation in the Time of Corona. Capturing the essential moment, the series highlights the tender absence of others but also the expansion and abundance of the natural world.from M. Wiss
These images are available for compatible viewing and print purchase in our Fall 2020 Edition (Volume 6, Issue 2).
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The idea for this magazine stems from a simple conversation regarding the aforementioned question, which drew out the need to identify our generation’s place in literary history.
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