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Shape of Things to Come (Sequence 25)

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2019

Kiln formed, cold worked glass, mounted with two aluminum french cleats

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Dimensions: 17.8cm (H) x 12.7cm (W) x 2.5cm (D) / 7" (H) x 5" (W) x 1" (D)

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My former job as a glass caster greatly influenced my approach and work in kiln formed glass. I am not interested in making something out of glass, but rather my interests revolve around the behavior, characteristics, and the language of the material. Through an iterative process of unmaking and remaking, it is the rhythms, patterns, and formations that become the emphasis.

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Born: 1977

Hometown: Dallas, Texas

Based in: Portland, Oregon

Austin Turley is a Portland, Oregon based artist whose objects and images investigate themes of presence, memory, language, and time. He works in multiple formats, using the act of collecting as a point of departure. Turley received a BFA in sculpture from Pacific Northwest College of Art. After graduating he worked as a glass caster at Bullseye Glass Company for four years. He has been awarded multiple residencies, including Hangar (Lisbon, PT), Pilotenkueche (Leipzig, DE), Hinge Arts (Fergus Falls, MN), Arquetopia (Puebla, MX), Glean (Portland, OR), Yucca Valley Material Lab (Yucca Valley, CA), and Hafnarborg, (Hafnarfjörður, IS). Grants have been awarded from Regional Arts and Cultural Council, Oregon Arts Commission, Springboard for the Arts, and Working Artist Org. Turley is represented by Gray Contemporary (Houston, TX) and Alfa Gallery (Miami, FL).


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