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Nima Bahrehmand. “operation.wtf,” 2019. Multichannel video installation with sound.
Nima Bahrehmand. “operation.wtf,” 2019. Multichannel video installation with sound.
Ariel René Jackson. “The (next) life of property : grandma never believed in hell,” 2019. Installation.
Ariel René Jackson. “The (next) life of property : grandma never believed in hell : seated up high,” 2019. Grandma’s chair, wire, concrete, Tampico corn broom, wire, soil, plastic, chalkboard paint, chalk, flag pole.
Sarah Fagan. “500 Washers and One Butterfly,” (detail), 2019. Objects collected from sidewalks in fifteen U.S. cities, entomology pins, wood, mirrors, house paint, charcoal.
Sarah Fagan. “500 Washers and One Butterfly,” 2019. Objects collected from sidewalks in fifteen U.S. cities, entomology pins, wood, mirrors, house paint, charcoal.
Wyatt Ramsey. “Artist and Muse,” 2018. Photograph by Marisa LaGuardia.
Wyatt Ramsey. “Big Boy,” 2019. Charcoal mural by Drue Henegar.
Stephen-Bernard Derek Callender. “Supercontinent: The Coalescing,” (detail), 2019
Stephen-Bernard Derek Callender. “Supercontinent: The Coalescing,” 2019. Video, OSB, MDF, collected foam waste from the Colorado, pink foam, Styrofoam, foam packaging, LCD screens, RGB LED light strip, miscellaneous electronics, ceramics, soil collected from Pikesville, Maryland, bush stump, birds’ nest, rubble from Austin, Texas, highway infrastructure, fish tank, axolotl, surgical titanium finger pins, vacuum bags, tinted Plexiglas, algorithmically modified audio, gypsum sand from White Sands National Monument, New Mexico, brick from 2015 Baltimore riots, alternator, obsidian, Tyvek suits, structural components from Marisa LaGuardia’s “Moments of Collision,” found objects.
Brooke Frank. “Be My Neighbor,” 2019. Charcoal and oil on panel. “Capture,” 2019. Oil graphite and silverpoint on paper.
Brooke Frank. “Protections and Liability,” 2019. Oil, graphite, silverpoint and silver leaf on paper. “A Boy and His Dog,” 2019. Oil and graphite on panel.
Matthew Cronin. Installation view, 2019.
Matthew Cronin. “Untitled (Nightstand),” 2019. Archival inkjet print.
Mark Kovitya. “Osmotic Accumulations,” 2019. Polyurethane, polyurethane foam, polystyrene, Tyvek, cardboard, steel, wire, landscape fabric, nylon, ash, coffee grounds, sawdust, egg shells, quartz, duct tape, padded envelopes, burlap, denim, ratchet strap, wax, epoxy, acrylic.
Mark Kovitya. “Osmotic Accumulations,” 2019. Polyurethane, polyurethane foam, polystyrene, Tyvek, cardboard, steel, wire, landscape fabric, nylon, ash, coffee grounds, sawdust, egg shells, quartz, duct tape, padded envelopes, burlap, denim, ratchet strap, wax, epoxy, acrylic.
Renee Lai. “Barrier VI,” 2019. Graphite and oil stick on canvas.
Renee Lai. Installation view, 2019.
Shanie Tomassini. “The Cheetos Puff Experiment,” (detail), 2019. Cheetos, acrylic farms, mealworms, Styrofoam, mealworm castings, pewter, sulfur, gypsum prints, steel.
Shanie Tomassini. Installation view, 2019.
Ling-lin Ku. “A Fever Called Living,” 2019. 3D prints, UV prints, digital prints, foam, bendy ply, MDF, wood, plaster, papier-mâché, rubber, sand, metal, plywood, fabric, Plexiglas, wood glue, paint, ant, glass.
Ling-lin Ku. “A Fever Called Living,” (detail), 2019.
Nima Bahrehmand. “operation.wtf,” 2019. Multichannel video installation with sound.