September 30, 2016-October 2, 2016, All DayHosted by stuartlynn at Carto
Join us for an evening of exhibits from various artists that explore the theme of space, navigation and our relationship to both.
Born in Montreal Canada (1971) Lucy Pullen is an artist based in New York. Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions, and been included in festivals and exhibitions across Canada and the United States. She holds degrees from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (BFA ’94), Tyler School of Art (MFA ’01) and held a tenured position in Visual Arts at The University of Victoria. While there, she let a collaborative team to build The Cloud Chamber, a freestanding sculpture, detector, and imager of cosmic rays, on permanent display at in the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy. Currently she teaches ‘World Making’ at Montclair State University in New Jersey and ‘Sculpture 1’ at Brooklyn College, City University of New York.
Robby Kraft is an artist based in New York who works with sculptural and digital media. Much of his focus is on the beauty of math and physical sciences with works in interactive media installations and origami.
Hi! I’m a ceramicist and illustrator living in Brooklyn. I graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011 and I work both sculpturally and illustratively.
North Brooklyn native Michael Russnak is a self-taught artist who also works as a decorative painter with Chuck Hettinger Studio Inc.
Employing techniques such as glass bead application and combed paint, he creates collage-like scenery and portraits with elements of surrealism and pop iconography. A recurring theme in his work is the transformation of the urban landscape and memories of places sacred to him. He has exhibited at Leslie Lohman, Atlantic Gallery and PAAM.
Collagist, mixed-media artist. Brittany is a Brooklyn resident.
Lane Sell is founder, owner and master printer of Shoestring Press where he works with artists and instructs classes in a variety of print mediums. His monumental silkscreen print works are often created from body prints, archival images, text and found objects, and often call for the participation of the audience. He is a graduate of Columbia University, where he studied Classics and Visual Art. In 2013 and 2014, his work won grants from the Brooklyn Arts Council.
CARTO is hosting the artists inside their Brooklyn headquarters and will be open from 10 am – 8pm.