Pittsburgh Glass Center: Dissolution

Pittsburgh Glass Center: Dissolution

Jason Forck (back) & assistant blowing glass shards while Seth Clark (left) observes

Pittsburgh Glass Center: Dissolution

Dissolution, is a collaborative exhibition by Pittsburgh artists Seth Clark and Jason Forck. The two artists came together through a mutual interest in Americana landscape and the concept of abstraction through decay. Dissolution describes their work formally in terms of architecture in collapse, but it also describes their collaboration in terms of disassembling ideas and then bringing them back together. The two artists are breaking down each other’s ideas and reforming them into one cohesive form. Dissolution, supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, is a result of a one-year Idea Furnace residency at Pittsburgh Glass Center that pairs glass and non-glass artists for explorations in material, content, and process.

Presented by the Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; curated by Heather McElwee, Executive Director, Pittsburgh Glass Center.





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