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Chris Domenick

Chris Domenick

Title & Date: Merge (2012)
Material: Formica tabletop
Dimensions: 24" x 18" x 2"

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"Merge" by Chris Domenick

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Chris Domenick is interested in the performance of gathering materials and images from specific sites (physical or metaphorical) that are then transposed by studio alterations. The space of production takes the forefront, displacing the index of the site. What is left is semantic language decontextualized, searching for its referent. The process of conflating these spaces generates a psychological movement between them. A position is proposed, yet is subject to fluctuation.

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Category: Sculpture

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Description: Chris Domenick is interested in the performance of gathering materials and images from specific sites (physical or metaphorical) that are then transposed by studio alterations. The space of production takes the forefront, displacing the index of the site. What is left is semantic language decontextualized, searching for its referent. The process of conflating these spaces generates a psychological movement between them. A position is proposed, yet is subject to fluctuation.

[Excerpted from the artist's statement included in the exhibition, Study of Interruptions.]

Artist Biography:Chris Domenick (b. 1982, Philadelphia) is a visual artist working in a variety of media including drawing, sculpture, video and performance. He has had solo exhibitions at Louis B James Gallery, Wilson Gallery at Anderson University, Jack the Pelican Presents and WORK Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. His work has been been included in group exhibitions at the Queens Museum of Art, Capricious Space, and MassMOCA. He attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 2012 and has won fellowships from The Millay Colony, Flux Factory, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and The Oxbow Center. Domenick received his BFA from Tyler School of Art in 2006 and is currently a 2013 MFA candidate at Hunter College. He currently lives and works in Queens, New York.