Dustin Yellin’s New, Encased ‘Psychogeographies’

by Andy SmithPosted on

Dustin Yellin continues to evolve his stirring, enormous figures, comprised of collaged materials encased in layers of glass. His “Psychogeographies” are considered to be part of a landmark series of works in sculpture and collage. Yellin was last featured on HiFructose.com here.

“Dustin Yellin’s artworks can either be read as three-dimensional collages or two dimensional sculptures,” a recent statement says. “They are made from thousands of intricate cutouts from magazines, books, encyclopedias and found imagery. With an unfailing sense for content and composition, Yellin paints these fragments together between many layers of glass. Being both transparent and opaque, bodily and cerebral, these objects offer us a window into an endless array of times and places.”

See more of the artist’s work below.

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