Dustin Yellin’s Psychogeographies

By on March 4, 2015
Dustin Yellin’s Psychogeographies for New York City Ballet’s 2015 Art Series, on the Promenade of the David H. Koch Theater

Dustin Yellin’s Psychogeographies for New York City Ballet’s 2015 Art Series, on the Promenade of the David H. Koch Theater

Artist Dustin Yellin’s sculpture series “Psychogeographies” read like the spirit of mankind, captured in motion or combustion and cryogenically frozen to tell the story of our collapse. Gorgeous, meticulously arranged acrylic paintings and paper collages are contained inside clear glass plinths weighing over 3,000 pounds and occupying a strange anthropomorphous presence wherever they are displayed.

These works are part of a 6 year project Yellin is producing, with 15 original pieces recently commissioned by The New York City Ballet for a residency and performance with Yellin. Check out some photos of the project and a video with Yellin by NYCB about his process and vision:

 

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