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
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.
My artistic research is best described as a social inquiry into class-consciousness. My work links two
disparate worlds; the mining industries of Wyoming and the sophistication of the 19th century
Levan Mindiashvili is a Georgian born, Brooklyn based visual artist whose practice involves
multiple artistic mediums, including sculpture, painting, neon, and tapestry, and focuses on the
transitional state of current social forms.
My work focus on the mechanisms and techniques of representation that build reality, through a
critical process of questioning and challenging hegemonic narratives and the forms by which they
I am a sculptor inspired by creative thinkers from other fields, and integrate new modes of
inquiry and fabrication processes into my practice to build bridges between sculpture and other forms of material investigation.
Constantly, I am collecting and archiving intellectual mental images of the past and now, from
landscapes, folk traditions and classic Indian cinema, etc. I use these vestiges as a platform for
evoking a contemporary dialogue.