Gaia & Pablo Gnecco Collaboration at Concrete to Data

2015, 3D Prints


Now through March 21st 2015 the collaborative 3D printed works above by Gaia & Pablo Gnecco can be viewed at Concrete To Data in the Steinberg Museum of Art. Curated by Ryan Seslow, the 3D prints are a part of the diverse array of works ranging from on sight ephemeral murals, photo installations, GIF animations, dry erase board drawings, and much more.

“The three objects presented for Concrete Data are a collaborative foray into a playful 3D printing experiment. The typology of the row home / brownstone is distorted and repeated in order to prompt the limits of the consumer 3D printer. These efforts are then expounded upon in a small model that harkens back to Gaia’s former hybrid printmaking pieces with a foundation of collaged buildings ascending into a robed pig-head figure.”

Gaia grew up in New York City and is a recent graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. His studio work, installations and gallery projects have been exhibited throughout the world most notably The Baltimore Museum of Art, Rice Gallery and Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive. His street work has been documented and featured in several books on urban art, including, most recently, Beyond the Street: The 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art, (Berlin, 2010). Gaia lives and works in Baltimore, MD, but spends a majority of his time traveling painting murals across the world.

Pablo Gnecco Pablo Gnecco is an experiential artist and motion designer from Bogota, Colombia living in Brooklyn, NY. He is an inaugural member of The New Museum’s art and technology incubator, NEWINC, where he is exploring motion and interaction with emergent new media and collaborating with other artists and technologists to create works of art and interactive installations. Recently co-founded Studio Studio an interactive design and development company based in New York City.

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