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How The Sphere, Having In Vain Tried Words, Resorted To Deeds

Presented as part of the Workspace 2015 series, featuring the work of LES Studio Program artists-in-residence. Borrowed from Chapter Seventeen of Edwin A. Abbott’s 1884 novel “Flatland,” How the sphere, having in vain tried words, resorted to deeds, introduces the work of four artists–Constantin Hartenstein, Kate Stone, Tuguldur Yondonjamts, Holly Veselka–whose practices both reveal and manipulate the tensions between concepts …

Constantin Hartenstein

#power #masculinity #newmaterials #video #installation #blackandwhiteandblueandsilver #alphabehavior #print #neon #metal #post-feminism #ubersexual #acrylicglassstructures #rodsrodsrods #objectsmultiplied #meshing #3d #latinofirefighters #ritesofpassage #fit #subliminal #fratboys #post-soviet-existence #vodkamartini #outerlimits #projection #surfaces #corporate #architecture #phillycheesesteaks Constantin Hartenstein is a German artist based in New York. He studied “Art and Media” at University of the Arts Berlin; and graduated with honors …

Holly Veselka

Mostly comprised of site-specific projects and environmental installations, my work considers humanity‚Äôs cultural heritage in tandem with an evolving, physical world. Specifically exploring the subject of cosmology, I use scientific, historical, and literary documents to research, manipulate, and re-contextualize visual representations of our world and the cosmos. Presenting this imagery as multi-disciplinary conceptual or sculptural …

Tuguldur-Yondonjamts

Tuguldur Yondonjamts

My work is research and information based. I use investigational logic to create large scale drawings that diagram imaginary journeys. These explorations deal with issues such as the origin of materials or resources, relocation and collision of crossing different timeline, myth and travel. My works questions how these factors are played out in physical and …