Float: The Gravity Of The Situation

Posted on: September 30, 2017
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I am most interested in how objects are situated in everyday spaces. My work is motivated by the drama of landscapes and waterways, urban and rural. I experiment by transforming everyday materials, putting them into unexpected circumstances. Through drawing and sculpture, my installations play upon the unpredictable juxtaposition of natural and synthetic matter. Float refers to the insurmountable accumulation of plastic in the world. Whether it is on the ground, in the water, or in the air, it is an eerie, lingering presence




Reenie Charrière

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MFA Alumni

Major: Sculpture

Graduation Year: 2009


Artist Statement:

I am most interested in how objects are situated our everyday spaces. My work is motivated by the drama of landscapes and waterways, urban and rural.
I experiment by transforming everyday materials, putting them into unexpected circumstances. Through photography, drawing, and sculptural installation my notions play upon the unpredictable juxtaposition of natural and synthetic matter.

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