art assemblage


A Deathplace. 2017. Detail photos.

Wooden shadow box, raccoon skull, animal bones and teeth, skeleton key, stones, natural dried vines and tree branches, burned book page pieces and dissected excerpts from a John Stone poem that were rearranged; burned by hand with candle flame and soldering iron. Title comes from another poem found in the same book called On Doctoring.

Aidas Bareikis at Canada New York

Brooklyn-based Lithuanian sculptor Aidas Bareikis continues to mine the world’s junk for his intense sculptural accumulations. Here, ‘Too Much Seaweed’ suggests a global warming meltdown or a calving of the planet. (At Canada New York on the Lower East Side through Dec 4th). Aidas Bareikis, Too Much Seaweed, globes and fabric cut-offs on flower pot stand, 50.5 x 21.5 x 12 inches, 2016.