Magenta Plains presents a three-artist booth featuring tapestries, paintings and sculpture by New York-based artists Bill Saylor, Linnea Kniaz, and Zach Bruder. All three of these artists use drawing as a means of energizing space. Saylor's raw and loose use of oil sticks and brush create chaotic and anarchic compositions that are stylish yet powerful and raw. Bruder's new tapestries draw on the handmade qualities of American craft while relying on post-industrial machinery to do the sewing. Kniaz's sculptural works use up-cycled industrial materials to create whimsical and poetic anamorphic sculptures that reference the built environment in a playful state of decomposition and withdrawal.