One of the booths we really enjoyed at this year’s Pulse fair was that of Christina Ray, who presented a solo exhibition by artist Beka Goedde. Goedde’s work is very much based in printmaking, using such techniques as etching and Chine-collé (the application of thin colored paper as color) to create unique mixed media pieces that sometimes resemble simple collage and other times look more like complex abstract paintings.
Christina Ray also presented a Pulse Project by Ben Wolf. Located near the entrance of the fair, Wolf’s Clamber was a hulking site-specific installation of wood, metal and other found materials formed around an eighteen foot long ship’s hull salvaged from an abandoned vessel in Newark, NJ.
See all the images, after the jump.