FEATURED ARTIST: Catherine Czacki
Through the use raw and found materials, Catherine Czacki breaks down the oppositions of these distinctions until they become elusive as dichotomous terms. Subjects and objects intertwine through accidental encounters and sustained conversations, manifesting in sculptural outcomes. Recent exhibitions include ‘Soundworks’ at the ICA in London, ‘Walking Forward – Running Past’ at Art in General in New York, ‘Archive of Representation and Collections’ at Favorite Goods in Los Angeles, a two person show with April Street at the Emerson Dorsch Gallery in Miami, and 'The Smile Face Museum' in Brooklyn. Czacki received her MFA from Columbia University in 2008 and currently lives in San Diego, where she is a PhD student in the Art History, Theory and Criticism (Concentration Art Practice) program at UC San Diego.
Catherine Czacki, Symbolom. Ring, paper pulp, wood. 2 x 6 x 6 inches (5.08cm x 15.24cm x 15.24cm). 2013. Image credit: Emerson Dorsch Gallery, Miami. Courtesy the artist.