Featured Artist: Brynn Diazack

1 Feb

Brynn Diazack draws inspiration from human teeth and bones, mostly for their concurrent vagueness and specificity. In their artist statement, they say, “a bone is a bone is a bone.”

“At face value, a solitary bone or tooth tells us nothing about its previous owner. It does not communicate personality, age, political positions, sexuality, or even gender. Despite this, these objects are some of the most visceral and recognizable signifiers of human presence.”

They use art to delve into dualities, including the duality of sadness and joy, a duality which is perhaps the final word on human experience. Brynn will be showing an installation that is an extension of the dialogue that ‘brownpaperproject’ began in 2007.

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