Blurring the lines

SHOW: Face It, The face in Contemporary Art, OnSite:Brooklyn, June 6 – July 11, 2015
RECEPTION: Face It, OnSite:Brooklyn, June 10 2015, 6-8pm
SHOW: Innovation, Munich Re America Campus, Princeton, May 14 – July 10, 2015
SHOW: Wide Open 6, BWAC, Red Hook, Brooklyn, May 9 – June 14, 2015 weekends 1-6pm
PRESS: Loose Ends: Creating Art Brick by Brick

Blurring the lines through iconoclasm, interpretation and transformation. Deconstructing images to their essence, transforming them into hyper-realistic and captivating artworks in two and three dimensions using sculptural and textual elements made from Lego bricks. The use of these small plastic bricks that everyone has lying around their homes immediately registers with viewers of my art. Yet these artworks, in particular the portraits, either of well known icons or others, raises the question immediately between the plasticity of these bricks that can be taken apart and rebuilt and the way we create and model icons in society.


A note on Lego as a medium
Lego in all its various forms is at the same time limiting as well as limitless in it’s possibilities. The color palette is limited yet consistent and the basic “pixel” size is also fixed. Yet at the same time, it is a hard, durable, tactile and lightweight material, it can be reused, replaced and altered at will, and provides a myriad of different possibilities due to the different available shaped bricks, tiles and plates, with the exciting opportunity to create 3-dimensional and textural aspects to the art.



2 thoughts on “Blurring the lines

  1. I saw one of your works in a coffee shop in princeton last month and really liked it. Is all your artwork currently for sale on the web site? Do you ever do commissioned work?

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