The 'Systemic' Art Collection Offers a Variety of Shapes and Designs

By: Trenton Millar - Published: Jul 4, 2012 • References: carolinanitsch & coolhunting
The 'Systemic' art collection is a group art exhibit, which asked seven different artists to create works based on their relationship to process and organization. The result was a highly inventive and diverse group of pieces that is now being shown at the Carolina Nitsch Project Room.

The vastly different ways that people go through the creative process and go about organizing their thoughts can be seen through the wide range of materials and perspectives in the exhibit. Materials used in the show include paper, metals and resin. The works also range from the organic to the structured. Each piece is a commentary on collective behavior and how people interact with their surroundings.

The 'Systemic' art collection will continue to be shown at the Carolina Nitsch Project Room in New York till August 11th, 2012. Stats for Eccentric Structural Exhibits Trending: Older & Chilly
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