"Mosaic Formations" - Boys & Girls Club - Center for a New Generation at Connally Elementary

This door was inspired by Kristin W. and created by Matthew Rosenfeld. Learn more and vote for this door below. Go back to the gallery to view others.

Artwork Sold! Mosaic Formations

Title:
Mosaic Formations

Artist: Matthew Rosenfeld

Matthew Rosenfeld (b. Atlanta, GA, 1989) is an artist currently living and working in Atlanta. Matthew received a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis, Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts in May 2012, and has co-curated numerous group exhibitions throughout the St. Louis area including Primordial Ooze, Post Office, and ARE WE THERE YET?
Through his work Matthew examines the interstices of the visible by playing with the immaterial spaces between bodies. Caught between solidification, liquidness, horizontality, and verticality, the work expresses a space of becoming in which the body is put in conflict with a multitude of forces¬–containers, ground, consumer goods, and ductile metals–as it vies for definition. In many instances, borders are simultaneously drawn and challenged as the work is suspended in a state of formal ambiguity.
Currently Matthew is experimenting with transparent surfaces as a way to confront what might be termed a “crisis of visibility” in today’s digital culture. By printing on clear packing tape, and through acts of production and negation, Matthew creates flat works that both come into and fall away from being. The ink jet images printed on tape are etched into, erased, covered up, printed over, and scanned. A cyclical process is made visible that mirrors quests for truth, understanding, and authenticity in a time when transparency and exposure are both demanded and largely put into question.

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Kristin W.

Inspiration:
Kristin W.

Kristin has been a member of the Center for a New Generation at Connally Elementary for four years.  Her favorite club activities are journalism, photography and culinary arts; she wants to be a business entrepreneur in the fashion design industry when she grows up.  She says that the BGCMA has helped her learn leadership skills and stay on track with her schoolwork.  For her, the best part of BGCMA is the  people – it’s like a family.