Shannon Ebner

Shannon Ebner

Involuntary Abstraction.

Involuntary Abstraction.

The project-based work of Whitney Lynn is rooted in sculpture, but in addition to objects also includes video, photo and works on paper. He is drawn to subjects that flirt with peripheries; recent projects have ranged from working with street performers, creating traps that look like sculptures (and sculptures that look like traps), making ‘monuments’ for military ‘brats,’ to making (cynical) public art for the city of Reno. - See more at…

The project-based work of Whitney Lynn is rooted in sculpture, but in addition to objects also includes video, photo and works on paper. He is drawn to subjects that flirt with peripheries; recent projects have ranged from working with street performers, creating traps that look like sculptures (and sculptures that look like traps), making ‘monuments’ for military ‘brats,’ to making (cynical) public art for the city of Reno. - See more at…

WHITNEY LYNN | Fort Da no. 001-005 - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

WHITNEY LYNN | Fort Da no. 001-005 - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

WHITNEY LYNN | Containment Model no.005 (Shelter) - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

WHITNEY LYNN | Containment Model no.005 (Shelter) - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

Justin Matherly, The Terror That So Often Accompanies Involuntary Defacation, 2009. Concrete, medical foot stool legs, rubber crutch tips  25” x 28” x 30”

Justin Matherly, The Terror That So Often Accompanies Involuntary Defacation, 2009. Concrete, medical foot stool legs, rubber crutch tips 25” x 28” x 30”

WHITNEY LYNN | Involuntary Sculpture (Death Party no. 001-005) - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

WHITNEY LYNN | Involuntary Sculpture (Death Party no. 001-005) - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

WHITNEY LYNN | Involuntary Sculpture (Death Party no. 001-005) - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

WHITNEY LYNN | Involuntary Sculpture (Death Party no. 001-005) - WHITNEY LYNN | ART

Rivane Neuenschwander, from "Involuntary Sculptures", 2002. Deutsche Bank Collection. Courtesy the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

Rivane Neuenschwander, from "Involuntary Sculptures", 2002. Deutsche Bank Collection. Courtesy the artist and Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York

Involuntary Sculptures - rivane neuenschwander

Involuntary Sculptures - rivane neuenschwander

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