Join artist Brian Tolle in conversation with designer Brian Clyne for an intimate talk about the artist's past, present and future projects. Brian Tolle's sculptures and installations emphasize a formal and iconographic dialog with history and context. Architecture, site and technology are recurring themes. Using a variety of media, his work draws from the scale and experience of its surroundings, provoking a re-reading by cross-wiring reality and fiction.
The conversation will be in conjunction with Bent, a solo exhibition of sculptures by Brian Tolle marking his inaugural exhibition with C24 Gallery. The exhibition brings together Tolle’s iconic public work, Eureka, on view for the first time in the United States and in a gallery setting, paired with his Levittown sculptures.
Brian Clyne is a digital designer with expertise in 3D computer modeling and visualization, 2D and 3D animation as well as interactive programming. He has worked with artists and architects to develop content and find digital solutions to achieve their visions, including Public sculptures that can be seen in New York, Seattle, Alberta, and Houston, as well as animations shown in galleries and museums in the US, which includes two premiers at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. Since 2006 he has been the studio manager and lead designer for Brian Tolle Studio, managing all projects from solicitation, digital proposals, contract review, bidding, fabrication and final installation.
The free talk takes place February 27 from 6-8pm at C24 Gallery.
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