Master & Lingo
New Sculptures by Maren Miller and Saki Sato
March 21st – April 18th, 2015
Saki Sato and Maren Miller are long-time friends and collaborators. For the showMaster & Lingo, Sato’s sculptures originate from the ceiling and Miller’s begin at the floor. Both occupy the abstract space where image is translated into object, and object into image.
They last showed work together in February 2010, and most recently curated a show of public sculpture in an abandoned lot in Brooklyn. Sato and Miller graduated The Cooper Union in 2010.
Read the interview here, or download the PDF.
To see their previous work, visit their websites:
Taylor Shields: Mysteries
Saturday March 7th, 8 – 10pm
ONE NIGHT ONLY – Not quite a screening, not quite a lecture, Mysteries will present a survey of Shields’ short videos, excerpts, and performative demonstrations. This body of work investigates Shields’ interactions with physical and virtual spaces using simulations, animations and bodily actions. Don’t miss this one-time performance!
Taylor Shields received his BFA from Cooper Union (Sculpture and Video, ’09). Since then, he has continued screening videos, collaborated with DADDY, and was featured in Megazine’s last issue. He is also self taught in 3D modeling software and works as a miniature model fabricator. He lives and works in New York City. To preview some of Taylor Shields’ work, visit his website.