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Dylan Lynch

Seven-day Weekend , 2014

Neon lights
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© The Still House Group / courtesy Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels; photographs by Rik Vannevel
Dylan Lynch
American, b. 1987
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A member of the Brooklyn-based organization The Still House Group, Dylan Lynch constructs sculptures from everyday found objects. Mostly store-bought, Lynch’s materials are selected intuitively, for what he describes as their immediate attraction; they range from ceiling tiles and cinderblocks to shopping carts and sports equipment. He reveals his hand in the impossibly delicate and precarious constructions of his pieces—like a baseball balancing in the crux of a crowbar, a folding chair balanced on just two of its feet, or a leaning tower of drop ceiling tiles appearing constantly of the verge of toppling over.

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© The Still House Group / courtesy Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels; photographs by Rik Vannevel
Dylan Lynch
American, b. 1987
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A member of the Brooklyn-based organization The Still House Group, Dylan Lynch constructs sculptures from everyday found objects. Mostly store-bought, Lynch’s materials are selected intuitively, for what he describes as their immediate attraction; they range from ceiling tiles and cinderblocks to shopping carts and sports equipment. He reveals his hand in the impossibly delicate and precarious constructions of his pieces—like a baseball balancing in the crux of a crowbar, a folding chair balanced on just two of its feet, or a leaning tower of drop ceiling tiles appearing constantly of the verge of toppling over.

Dylan Lynch

Seven-day Weekend , 2014

Neon lights
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