Category Archives: Film/Video

The Huffington Post Interview

Recently I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Mark Adnum of the Nightcharm Blog. We had a great convo about lots of different aspects of my work. You can check it out here on The Huffington Post.

The Huffington Post Interview

Recently I had the opportunity to be interviewed by Mark Adnum of the Nightcharm Blog. We had a great convo about lots of different aspects of my work. You can check it out here on The Huffington Post.

New Video Collaboration with Jennifer Sindon

My “Muscular” piece from The Anatomical Knit Hood Series makes a cameo in Jennifer Sindon’s latest video work! So happy to have been part of her collaborative process. Check out the video below:

New Video Collaboration with Jennifer Sindon

My “Muscular” piece from The Anatomical Knit Hood Series makes a cameo in Jennifer Sindon’s latest video work! So happy to have been part of her collaborative process. Check out the video below:

Wassaic Project Interview

Ben Cuevas interview, 2010 Wassaic Artist Resident from The Wassaic Project on Vimeo. Here I’m discussing my latest work in my studio at the Wassaic Project. The piece I’m working on, Transcending the Material, will be on exhibition at the

Wassaic Project Interview

Ben Cuevas interview, 2010 Wassaic Artist Resident from The Wassaic Project on Vimeo. Here I’m discussing my latest work in my studio at the Wassaic Project. The piece I’m working on, Transcending the Material, will be on exhibition at the

Healing Disparities: The Condition of Embodiment

Healing Disparities: The Condition of Embodiment, was a solo exhibition of original work by mixed media artist Ben Cuevas. The Exhibition took place at Canal Gallery in Holyoke, MA, May 2-10, 2010. Artist’s Statement: ‘I can’t understand why some people

Healing Disparities: The Condition of Embodiment

Healing Disparities: The Condition of Embodiment, was a solo exhibition of original work by mixed media artist Ben Cuevas. The Exhibition took place at Canal Gallery in Holyoke, MA, May 2-10, 2010. Artist’s Statement: ‘I can’t understand why some people

Invasive Species

Spending the summer in the Pacific Northwest, I couldn’t help but be inspired by the region’s rich and diverse plant life. From the neighborhood gardens of Seattle’s Capitol Hill to the old growth forests of Baker Mountain, the Pacific Northwest

Invasive Species

Spending the summer in the Pacific Northwest, I couldn’t help but be inspired by the region’s rich and diverse plant life. From the neighborhood gardens of Seattle’s Capitol Hill to the old growth forests of Baker Mountain, the Pacific Northwest