Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: In multimedia explorations merging art and science through metaphor and visual experience,
I have been exploring the philosophical and spatial state of time, dark matter, gravity, and the
presence of asteroids.
Neighborhood: Sunset ParkSummary: With objects like handmade fishing nets, flags, hand-painted signs, and rope, I reference
construction that is rooted in the material cultures of sailors, hunting, and America to explore and
subvert notions of masculinity and capitalism
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: Concept-driven two- and three- dimensional work investigating material culture, mourning and the
ability of objects to retain and transmit meaning.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Lawrence Mesich's media work explores moments when bodies and buildings intersect, and their
political and social effects. He uses corporate aesthetics and dry wit to frame these subjects as
both singular entities and complex systems.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: Photography is my tool for examining how lives interconnect, how ideas converge and bounce off of
one another, and how the world is changing moment to moment. I pluck images from the real
world to model it, to concretize my idea of it.
Neighborhood: FlatlandsSummary: City, Urban and Figurative paintings in oils or acrylics.
Neighborhood: Sheephead BaySummary: My drawings and paintings reflect on my imagination. Based on what I see, like a scene in New
York City, a historical painting or even Star Trek. Sometimes I combine them like a trash in NYC
and I also use a lot of colors in artworks.
Neighborhood: MidwoodSummary: I paint about my experiences and my American - Jewish - Iranian - Iraqi background.
Neighborhood: East New York
Neighborhood: East WilliamsburgSummary: It is through the methodology of bricolage and display that I choreograph and reconstruct found
objects and photographs.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: My paintings explore the relationship between structure and nature, which I relay
through the use of gradating light and structural elements to create new undefined
and visually complex environments.
Summary: Photographs of the real world--looking thoughtfully at the surface of things: The city, and its
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: Intaglios, collagraphs, monotypes printed on delicate Japanese papers, collaged over my own artist-
made papers are one aspect of my work; there are also mixed-media collages using colored pencils
over colored inks, and other materials.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: Through video, animation, sound, printmaking and installation I explore the residue of the western world’s worship of progress.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: In my work I explore familiar American themes and icons, such as baseball and other sports,
cheerleading, maps, signs, brides and weddings, in unexpected ways, often through the lens
of gender and sexuality.
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