Marat Mahākāla

Prints in progress.

Drawing Inventory: A History Drawing

Pencil, charcoal, acrylic, enamel, collage, silkscreen, plastic, oil pastel on paper, 40 x 240 inches, 2013

Drawing, Print, Work on Paper

#andrew cornell robinson  #collage  #drawing  #silkscreen  #work on paper

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Marat Mahākāla

Prints in progress.

Sugared II

Glass, gold leaf, 5 x 14 x .25 inches. work in progress

Glass, Sculpture

#glass  #sculpture

E, “Sous Les Pavés, La Plage!” (Congregation of Wits)

Double-sided silkscreen print on cotton rag paper 2018 17x17 inches Edition of 40, Recto and Verso, details from one of a series of print editions included in the series Congregation of Wits, a multi-media drawing, print, animation and sculptural project exploring drawing and language.

Print

Offering Bowl II (Contents Celestial Food)

Glazed stoneware, earthenware, and porcelain, variable dimensions

Ceramic, Sculpture

#ceramic  #glass  #pottery  #sculpture

Marat Mahākāla III

Installation, silkscreen on bristol vellum paper, print collaboration with Andrew Cornell Robinson and Michael Kirk, variable 80 x 240 inches

#andrew cornell robinson  #collaboration  #exhibition  #print  #work on paper

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Disobedience I

Ceramic, Wood, Paper, String, Enamel, Variable installation and dimensions 36 x 48 x 28”, 2011

Ceramic, Sculpture

Jamón Jamón I (Reliquary Generalife)

2019, Porcelain, silkscreen engobe, oil, 13 x 6.5 x 7 inches

Ceramic, Sculpture

#ceramic  #sculpture

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Congregation of Wits

Inspired by John Carpenter's campy science fiction film "They Live," and Jenny Holzer’s “Truisms”, a series of text-based works that were once placed into the empty theatre marquees along 42nd Street, visual artist Andrew Cornell Robinson has drawn and animated 1,000 images with interstitial messages rendered in a rough and gestural line. Exploring the glut of images that coalesce upon platforms like social media, Robinson has created a contemporary congregation of images and ideas through his black and white hand-drawn animations that flicker through a kaleidoscope of symbols and uncanny proverbs provoking playful associations of rough-hewn lines and forms presented in rapid-fire succession.

#vimeo

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A Congregation of Wits/ Animation

Following in the tradition of Jenny Holzer’s “Truisms”, a series of text-based works that were once placed into the empty theatre marquees along 42nd Street, visual artist Andrew Cornell Robinson has drawn and animated 1,000 images with interstitial messages rendered in a rough and gestural line. Exploring the glut of images that coalesce upon platforms like social media, Robinson has created a contemporary congregation of images and ideas through his black and white hand-drawn animations that flicker through a kaleidoscope of symbols and uncanny proverbs provoking playful associations of rough-hewn lines and forms presented in rapid-fire succession.

Drawing, Video

#vimeo

Jamón Jamón I (Reliquary Generalife)

2019, Porcelain, silkscreen engobe, oil, 13 x 6.5 x 7 inches

Ceramic, Sculpture

#ceramic  #sculpture

Marat Mahākāla

2014, Silkscreen, wheat paste installation, 108 x 300 inches.

Print

#collaboration  #print

Jamón Jamón I (Reliquary Generalife)

2019, Porcelain, silkscreen engobe, oil, 13 x 6.5 x 7 inches

Ceramic, Sculpture

#ceramic  #sculpture

Offering Bowl I (Contents Celestial Food)

Glazed stoneware with various artifacts made of glass, ceramic, and mixed media, variable

Ceramic, Sculpture

#ceramic  #glass  #pottery  #sculpture