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Miriam Dym

The work of Berkeley-based artist Miriam Dym explores a fictional landscape filled with vast and varied consumer products. Through a combination of hand-drawn works and digitally generated elements, Dym’s colorful prints imply an oddly humorous alternate universe, one filled with imaginary “products” that are strangely recognizable but have no genuine function. Dym’s meticulous landscapes depict elaborate systems, unlikely products and strange modes of transportation that closely parallels the world we inhabit. Yet everything seems absurdly impossible – or not.