Amy Brener

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Эми Бренер
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Amy Brener

source: fujockawordpress

A artista Amy Brener desenvolveu um método de camadas de resina para criar esculturas sensíveis à luz. A produção dessas obras envolve uma técnica de mistura intensa de resina pigmentada despejada em estruturas de madeira.

Brener experencia dentro deste processo fluido de camadas e incorporação, todas as surpresas que ocorrem. O resultado final é um objeto que se revela continuamente para o telespectador. As esculturas de Brener ganham vida enquanto você se move em torno delas, mudando a cada alteração de luz. Suas formas são em escala humana. As suas superfícies são crostas complexas que parecem ter rachado, cristalizado e resistido com o tempo..
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source: thvndermag

Amy Brener es una escultora con sede en New York originaria de Victoria, BC. Ella crea sus obras com multitud de materiales como son resinas, piedras, yeso y materiales encontrados en basuras.
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source: thegroundmag

Amy Brener has developed a method of layering resin to create light sensitive sculptures. The production of these works involves an intense technique of mixing and pouring pigmented resin into wooden frameworks. Larger sculptures consist of over twenty layers of resin, with other materials embedded in between. Fresnel lens, glass, plexiglass mirror and found objects are chosen for their ability to create light effects by refraction, reflection or distortion. Brener experiments within this fluid process of layering and embedding and embraces all surprises that occur.

The end result is an object that continuously reveals itself to the viewer. Brener’s sculptures come alive as you move around them, changing with every shift of light. Their forms are human-scale and exist somewhere between the geological and the man-made. Their surfaces are complex crusts that appear to have cracked, crystallized and weathered with time. Within these crusts there are fragments of technology: the microchips, panels and screens of an unknown future.

BIO

Amy Brener was born in Victoria, BC in and is currently based in New York. She holds an MFA in Sculpture from Hunter College, attended Skowhegan, and was a resident at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. Her work has been exhibited at Aanant & Zoo (Berlin), Asya Geisberg Gallery (NY), Marlborough Chelsea (NY), Greene Exhibitions (LA) and Olga Korper Gallery (Toronto). Brener’s work has been featured in publications such as Under the Influence, Whitehot Magazine, Artinfo and Modern Painters.
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source: ignantde

Artist Amy Brener has developed a method of layering resin to create light sensitive sculptures. The production of these works involves an intense technique of mixing and pouring pigmented resin into wooden frameworks. Brener experiments within this fluid process of layering and embedding and embraces all surprises that occur. The end result is an object that continuously reveals itself to the viewer. Brener’s sculptures come alive as you move around them, changing with every shift of light. Their forms are human-scale and exist somewhere between the geological and the man-made. Their surfaces are complex crusts that appear to have cracked, crystallized and weathered with time. Within these crusts there are fragments of technology: the microchips, panels and screens of an unknown future.