This Week At Art MOCO: dataclysmic sculptures, embroidered outfits, woolly figures on a cliff, hair as medium and the views from the car window. See the rest of the week at Art MOCO after the jump.
dNASAb's "dataclysmic" sculptures are colourful explosions of technology.
Jazmin Berakha stitches on the texture in her works of bold, feminine contemporary works of embroidery.
A multitude of little, woollen figures are caught lounging on a fabric cliff side by Nina Braun.
Marc Laroche uses the motion and textures of hair as an important element of his recent black and white series of photographs.
Ella Jaye Rose lets us take in the scenery, as we look out the car window ...
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