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The artist team assume vivid astro focus—Brazilian-born Eli Sudbrack and Paris-based artist Christophe Hamaide-Pierson—describe their unique process of working together while being separated by an ocean, and how their visually explosive installations originate with an exchange of written ideas that become transformed into energy.

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The collective assume vivid astro focus (avaf) was formed in New York City in 2001 by principal members are Eli Sudbrack and Christophe Hamaide-Pierson. Avaf fuses drawing, sculpture, video, and performance into carnavalesque installations in which gender, politics, and cultural codes float freely. A study in visual adaptation and modification, avaf’s work recycles and transforms imagery from one project to the next—often in the form of densely patterned wallpapers and graphic signage.

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