Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Studio work in the ICCA

Studio shots and installation views of the last work at the centre, the pieces are sketches in some way and very site specific.

 

Broken view 2017  (site specific to studio floor)
436cm x153cm x57cm 
14.3' x5'x 1.9' 
construction wood, branches, plexiglass, acrylic paint, hardware, twine





With these failed things,  2017(collaborating with studio floor)
256cm x 46cm x 24cm 
101" x 18" x9.5"
construction wood, branches, plexiglass, casters, paper, acrylic paint, hardware, twine, insulation foam, acetate (leftover from a ridiculous summer job)



you are on this side, 2017
l 195 x d 11x h 32cm
77" x 4" x 12"
branch,construction wood,  plexiglass, cheese cloth, acrylic paint, hardware,  insulation foam( in final piece), strip of strawberry basket



Stumped, 2017
82cm x 45cm x 43cm
2.7' x1.5' 1.4'
painted broken chair, birch stump, glass, insulation foam
 installation view Return to the Forest show 



 and off you go,  (in memory of G), 2017
404 cm x 84cm x109 cm 
13.25' x 2.75' x3.6'
construction wood, branches, acrylic paint, cheesecloth, hardware, twine
installation shot in ICCA Return to the Forest show.

Windhull and Tree Catch





 Tree Catch, 
 l 6.96m, h 95cm, d 1.69m  
 22.83' x 3.1' x 5.54'
 tree branch, plywood, wood, glass, acrylic paint, birch bark, hardware 



   
Windhull, 
l 9.34m, h 1.37m, d 1.76m 
30.64' x 4.5' x 5.77'
tree branches, plywood, wood, plexiglass, acrylic paint, twine,plastic billboard letter, hardware 


We Got Lucky, Brooklyn, July 2017.

These are installation shots of We Got Lucky, in a temporary unused commercial space in Brooklyn on Vanderbilt Avenue. I invited artists to submit, recreate or create new works around the theme of experiencing or marking space. 
This idea came about after visiting the Donald Judd House in SOHO. I was thinking of all the potential artwork that we could make if the real estate was not making it impossible in this city. All the pieces that never see the light of day, all this talent suppressed.
The original title was Judd, I think we got lucky , but Zerek Kempf wisely suggested more subtlety.
Anyhow: the artists is the show were: Pierluigi Calignano(IT)Alan Calpe(US),  Jonathan Harris(US), Josh Hartly(US), Karolina Kazmierska (PL/FR), Zerek Kempf(US) and me,(what ever I may be).
The space was made available by chashama.



Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Gisette( phone photos; I will replace these with better images, once I have them)



Gisette, 59 x51 x55"
materials: aluminum flashing, plexiglass, wood, plywood, rope, acrylic paint, hardware, color pencil.
I forgot to measure it, I just realized: will update still on 2016.

snapshots again: Fannette, taken on my phone



Materials: wood, plywood, rope, twine, paper, paper clips, hardware, aluminum flashing, horsehair ( from used string instrument bows),acrylic paint, color pencil, marker.. probably missing something.

 Fannette is about  8 by 8 feet and 16 inches tall.

Saturday, September 10, 2016

"Maybe Like This Then", site specific work at Donori, Sardinia for Contemporary, August 2016






Probably my most personal piece, in various ways.Specifically made for the art festival in Donori, the piece consisted of some unnatural, but mostly natural rubbish, that I collected in Donori over the course of 4 days. The materials were then rearranged according to a different logic in a new space with a little help of terra cruda.

Monday, July 18, 2016

I decided to name my large sculptures for 2016 like they name hurricanes; alphabetically by gender. 2016 is for female-like for my sculptures.

Annette,
Babette


Danette

Charlette
Materials used in all: wood, plywood, aluminum flashing,  acrylic paint, hardware
Materials used in some: found Plexiglass, horsehair (from old bows), paper, string, color pencil
Sizes vary : height from 90"for Annette to 20" for Babette.
Length: Babette is the longest: about 96".

One of a kind.

This piece had to happen somehow. It is a weird one, but it was not to be ignored.



  
"Ah, so this is where the", 2016
Found Plexi Glass, Found Plywood, wood strips, antique table legs, aluminum flashing, glass cloche, piece of glass jar, acrylic paint, paper, string, color pencil, hardware 

Monday, June 20, 2016

Interior Landszaft show at Lesley Heller Workspace. May25th -July 9th 2016.

 from left to right: Smolarz, Zarzeczna, Bochenska and Owen

     Vaks, Bochenska, Goldenberg and Smolarz


Smolarz, Zarzeczna, Vaks 


Bochenska, Owen and Winter


and a repeat.

All images by Peter Gynd 
(thank you)


Friday, May 27, 2016

snap shots from my studio of 2016 work. Better pictures will follow end of July

Ocean talk, 2016 , 
wood, plexi, string, acrylic paint, mulberry paper, aluminum, hardware, painters tape, clear tape, dirt residue of unknown origin
24x 13.5 x5"
          Comb, 2016, 
          wood, plexi, acrylic paint, string, horsehair with residual resin from used bows
          1 x 8.5 x.5" 

     Dirty Conversation, 2016,
     plexi, wood, string, horsehair with resin from bows, acrylic paint, acrylic ink, epoxy
     26 x 32.5 x 1.75"


     Quiet Language, 2016
     wood, plexi, acrylic paint, acrylic ink, mulberry paper, epoxy, tea
     46.25 x8 x3-5"(variable)