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Paige Mazurek is a multidisciplinary artist. Her work considers joy and pleasure within the everyday, drawing inspiration from observations within the American landscape and her own personal history. In 2011, she earned a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts + Tufts University and in 2019 she earned a graduate certificate in audio storytelling from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies at the Maine College of Art. She is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and currently based in Brooklyn, NY.

‘Soft Touch’ considers softness and sensuality in the everyday. The installation makes space for what can come in when we slow down: feelings, memories, presentness, love, and a little humor. It includes work made in neon, cast glass, film + sound. The space is painted with light and color. At random intervals, a bubble machine turns on and fills the space with bubbles. Sound from the film is heard through contact speakers using the window display glass as a conduit.
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