CORY DOCTOROW / 5 PM FRI, SEP 25 2015
Dustin Yellin's stupendous, life-sized glass-pane humanoids made from NatGeo clippings
Earlier this month, I attended a two-day meeting at Pioneer Works, an art and innovation center in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The center is both physically beautiful and filled with interesting people from many disciplines doing work in open workshops. It was founded by sculptor Dustin Yellin, and the lobby has one of his remarkable, life-sized three-dimensional humaniform sculptures, composed of thousands of collaged magazine clippings pressed between many sheets of glass.
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