Selections from Steve Brudniak: Noumenon, and Other New Work

Opening Reception

Thursday, Jul 1, 2010
6:00 - 8:00 pm

Dates

Jul 1, 2010 - Jul 31, 2010

Gallery

Gallery 4

Related Events

First Friday - July 2, 2010

Steve Brudniak Artist Talk and Documentary Screening

These sculptures appear to be machines or ritual objects operating in some bizarre institution but are in fact, assemblages of found objects imbued with science elements including: samples of the oldest life ever discovered, lenses which reflect 3-dimensional images, inorganic "specimens" in fluid and fiber optic projections. Most take months to finish, some as long as a year. This new body of work reflects upon the principal/condition Noumenon; the emptiness from which all things emerge.

The show will also include Brudniak's, Astrogeneris Mementos which were launched into outer space and exhibited on the International Space Station for the first ever art show in outer space.

Images

Steve Brudniak, Noumenon Objectifying in Four Parts, Assemblage with emanating reflection optical lens, 19x28x6 in, 2005 Steve Brudniak, Noumenon Objectifying in Four Parts (detail), Assemblage with emanating reflection optical lens, 19x28x6 in, 2005 Steve Brudniak, Canal Dreams, Assemblages wtih slide photo, fiber optic lens and electroluminescent light, each: 4x12x4 in + electric cord, 2006 Steve Brudniak, Canal Dreams #2 Where The Streets Are Made Of Water (detail), Assemblages wtih slide photo, fiber optic lens and electroluminescent light, 4x12x4 in + electric cord, 2006 Steve Brudniak, Noumenon, Iron and epay wood assemblage with eminating reflection optical lens, 45x34x6 in, 2006 Steve Brudniak, The Vagus Leviathan, Assemblages with photo, fiber optic lens and kinetic miracle, 50x21x6 in, 2008
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