Dustin Yellin is an artist living in Brooklyn, New York where in 2011 he founded Pioneer Works, a center for research and experimentation in contemporary culture. He is also involved with the artist collective known as Bazaar Teens. Yellin believes that both process and material should be evident in an artwork’s form. His pieces are created by using layers of glass to create a three-dimensional appearance. Dustin has always had a fascination in finding relationships and importance in preservation of found objects and has done so since he was a child. He started his series of work using layers of resin but switched to glass after the resins began to threaten his health. His latest work is the representation of the human form as an archive of human culture. The forms are made up of mixed media materials like ripped up magazines and other found objects. Enjoy Dustin Yellin’s interesting work below!
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