PRIVACY SETTINGS Dylan Neuwirth
PRIVACY SETTINGS
Dylan Neuwirth


 
Im going out cause my bae disconnected the internet.  After all the betrayals and traumatic shit and sadness ive experienced this is honestly a cake walk :-/  how u gonna get in on this how u gonna understand and make some timeline? Not even tryna memorize, it all come back.  Finding it hard to stay in my lane rn. Tryna be positive rn nobody kare rn bye. :D
 
 
SEASON is proud to present its first solo show of Seattle artist Dylan Neuwirth.  PRIVACY SETTINGS will exhibit new sculpture, neon and drawings.  Dylan Neuwirth creates a variety of angst-filled debris, many of which address themes of social alienation, apathy and a desire for freedom.  Relying on social media to recreate memories, Neuwirth's strength lies in his ability to tweak the reality we think we know and present an alternate version of a truth.  His recent neon work JUST BE YOUR SELFIE, commissioned by the City of Seattle, invited viewers to post images to Instagram and Twitter, allowing the work to become diluted and strengthened simultaneously.  PRIVACY SETTINGS will open in the Prole Drift space at 523 South Main St., Seattle.  This pop-up show will run for two weeks only with an opening reception on Friday September 5, 5:30-8pm.  Regular hours will be Thursday to Saturday, 11-5:30, September 4-13 and by appointment. 
 
September 4-13, 2014
Opening reception Friday September 5, 5:30-8
Thursday-Saturday 11-5:50 and by appointment

SEASON
Pop-up location 523 South Main Street, Seattle
http://season.cz
robert@season.cz
206 679 0706
 
To inquire about artwork, please contact robert@season.cz
Dylan Neuwirth, LOL (crackpipes), 2013, blown glass, wood, hardware, 7 x 21 inches overall, edition of 3.
Dylan Neuwirth, HD (detail), 2014, neon, 19 x 66 inches, edititon of 3.
Dylan Neuwirth, HD, 2014, neon, 19 x 66 inches, edititon of 3.
Dylan Neuwirth, EMPIRE, 2013, chrome plated fabricated stainless steel with extruded and drop forged carbon steel,
36 x 6 x 12 inches.
Dylan Neuwirth, WITCH, date unknown, graphite on paper, 11 x 8.5 inches.
Dylan Neuwirth, MMXI, 2013, blown glass, approx. 5 x 5 x 13 inches (each) and 32 x 32 x 13 inches (overall)
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Recent sculptural work by Seattle artist Dylan Neuwirth.
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