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  • Aaron Squadroni updated the Artwork Kawishiwi River
    Kawishiwi River: Sky Kawishiwi River: Mask Kawishiwi River: Dream Kawishiwi River: Pool Kawishiwi River: Fog Kawishiwi River: Fever Kawishiwi River: Pearl Kawishiwi River: Rift Kawishiwi River: Shore Kawishiwi River: Window
  • Aaron Squadroni updated the Artwork Mineview
    This work was part of an exhibit shown at MacRostie Gallery in Grand Rapids, MN. The exhibit consisted of screen prints, graphite drawings, and photography that dealt with the theme of mining on the Iron Range.
  • Magazine pictures and unused architectural plans and elevations make up the raw material for this series. These starting points are then cut up, reordered and used as building blocks to create new structures and spaces in the final image.
  • These artworks were created with members of the group Arthouse: Xperimental Architecture (AXA) and some were exhibited at the MacRostie Gallery in Grand Rapids.
  • Aaron Squadroni updated the Artwork Zambian Sketches
    This series of photographs was taken on a one month trip to Zambia and represents a range of people and places that I saw along the great north road and in the capitol city of Lusaka.
  • Photographs of Chicago are processed and collaged with light imagery to create visions of people and places from Carl Sandburg's "Chicago Poems."
  • Aaron Squadroni updated the Artwork Timberland
    This installation was created using excess paper from the Blandin Paper Mill in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Representing a grove of trees, the sculpture corresponds to a tree in its natural state and a tree as a resource, a potential vehicle for knowledge. Located in Central School, the installation is meant to prompt reflection on Grand Rapids’ logging history as it relates to the education of the community.  
  • Aaron Squadroni updated the Artwork Timberland
    This installation was created using excess paper from the Blandin Paper Mill in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Representing a grove of trees, the sculpture corresponds to a tree in its natural state and a tree as a resource, a potential vehicle for knowledge. Located in Central School, the installation is meant to prompt reflection on Grand Rapids’ logging history as it relates to the education of the community.