June 5, 2015-June 7, 2015, 12:00 amHosted by firstname.lastname@example.org at 195 Morgan Ave
Andrew Erdos’ sculptures, videos, photography, and mixed-media installations explore themes related to time, light, and the sublime. Hi work investigates the complex relationship between humankind and its environment, and resonates with contemporary reflections led by philosophers and scientists to determine a new ontology in the age of the Anthropocene. In this new geophysical era departing from the Holocene, humans have more impact than any other natural elements or species on the planet and its future. Erdos’ overwhelming visual experiences weave together reflections on nature, culture, technology, science and religion. Drawing from his mastering of glass techniques, as well as from historical, mythical, and personal sources, Erdos constructs open narratives which results in a sensory overload for the viewer.
Andrew Erdos, (b. 1985) graduated with a BFA from Alfred University. His work has been exhibited worldwide including Beijing China, St Petersburg Russia, London UK and throughout the United States. The youngest recipient of the Rakow Commission of the Corning Museum of Glass, Erdos’ work is included in many private and museum collections including The New Britain Museum of American Art, CT, Toledo Museum of Art, OH and the Knoxville Museum of Art, TN. Erdos lives and works in New York City.