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Jonathan Latiano’s Site-Specific Installations

Using wood, paint, mirrors and found materials, Jonathan Latiano builds crystalline structures for his site-specific installations. Breaking through walls or rising up and bursting from the floor, the geode-like shapes Latiano builds invite spontaneity, disrupting the ways we expect space to be organized in our mundane environments. Interested in biology, geology and physics, Latiano uses his work as a means to explore the physical world. The artist is based in Baltimore, MD and currently teaches at The Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington DC. Take a look at some of his recent works after the jump.


Untitled, collaboration with Ali Miller

Using wood, paint, mirrors and found materials, Jonathan Latiano builds crystalline structures for his site-specific installations. Breaking through walls or rising up and bursting from the floor, the geode-like shapes Latiano builds invite spontaneity, disrupting the ways we expect space to be organized in our mundane environments. Interested in biology, geology and physics, Latiano uses his work as a means to explore the physical world. The artist is based in Baltimore, MD and currently teaches at The Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington DC. Take a look at some of his recent works below.

Points of Connection, School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, MD

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