September 11 - October 23, 2009
"Mark Moskovitz began his academic career as a student at the University of New Hampshire. There, he earned a dual BS in English and Environmental Science. Before earning his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2005, Moskovitz did stints in television as a writer and producer and later as a carpenter and cabinet maker.
The objects Moskovitz constructs hover between art piece and design. By creating work that cannot easily be categorized, Moskovitz allows the viewer "to process what he/she thinks through 'home-made filters.'" For more of Moskovitz's work, visit fiftytwothousand.com."
More about this project:
- Art Work
- Co-Existing and Co-llaborating
- The Plum Academy
- the nurse and the police officer
- a float, a flicker
- Blaise Carrier-Chouinard
- Jiří Surůvka
This project is a part of the SPACELab Program.
SPACELab is a laboratory created to help Northeast Ohio solo artists or collectives push and pull a concept until it materializes. SPACELab not only acts as a platform for the display of process and projects, but also provides resources and instruction.