In "Steven," a sculpture by the artist known as Sleeper, a plastic arm reaches up from the side of a pedestal and rests its hand atop a pile of neatly folded clothes. Hanging directly across the room is "Reflux," a big, colorful sculpture by Lucinda Linderman that's made from old clothes wound together with consumer packaging and resembles intestines.
|Jonathan Rockford's "Nadir" at DCG Open 2012 at David Castillo Gallery.|
These are a few of the 19 works that Brandi Reddick, the artists and communications manager for the Miami-Dade Art in Public Places Program and the curator of the Miami-Dade Public Art Collection, selected for the "DCG Open 2012," the David Castillo Gallery's annual summer survey of South Florida artists.
To read the rest of Arterpillar's story, visit the Sun Sentinel's June 15 Showtime section.
(Slide show above includes Andrew Nigon's "Artificial Candy Makes My Teeth Hurt," Lucinda Linderman's "Reflux" and Carrie Sieh's "Jealous Ambivalence and Casual Desire, In The Bedroom Of A San Dimas Trailer," all of which are in the DCG Open 2012.)