Hailing from New York City where she currently lives and works, artist Amy Brener creates beautiful assemblage-based sculptures made up of translucent layers of pigmented resins. After graduating from the University of British Columbia, where she originally bounced between several different creative fields, Brener turned to resin casting, a process she was deeply intrigued by. She uses the process of resin casting to its fullest potential by suspending an array of various found and collected objects in the different layers of resin. Her first works from her series of experimentation focused more on the process and color while remaining quite abstract, like alien monuments. As she has progressed in her medium, Amy Brener has expanded her focus into creating pieces that are more inclusive of found objects and materials like concrete and foam. These materials combine to create what at first reaction appear to be relics from an alien species, with their intricate patterns, architectural forms, and mysterious, strangely utilitarian-esque features. See her fantastic work below!
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