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In this preview from the “Art in the Twenty-First Century” Season 6 episode, “Boundaries,” artist collective assume vivid astro focus discuss the connecting of differences that drives the remote nature of their collaborative process.

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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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