16 Feb 2015

Dustin Yellin’s “Psychogeographies” – Layers of Art Encased in Glass

These fifteen 3,000-pound works of art on display in the New York City Ballet’s David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York were created by the Brooklyn-based Dustin Yellin as the first part of his “Psychogeographies” series, which will soon be on display across the nation.

While Yellin is a fan of the 1950’s theory of Psychogeography developed by Guy Debord, he says that he did not name the series after it, but rather “because they feel like they’re sort of these maps of our psyche – DNA maps, marked with images found in our collective consciousness that’s extrapolated into media, whether that’s magazines, or books, or garbage on the streets.”

Read more at IPaintMyMind.org!

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