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Alumni News : Apr 2, 2014

Don Edler’s thesis exhibition on view April 2-12

BFA alumnus Don Edler’s (2010) NYU thesis exhibition I Like Fluorescent Light (I Love The Sun) is on view April 2-12, 2014 with an opening reception tonight from 5-8 p.m. at 80 WSE Gallery, 80 Washington Square East, New York, New York.

Don Edler is an interdisciplinary artist working between sculpture, photography, video, and printmaking. For his contribution to the show, Edler will present a series of sculptures and prints inspired by Popular Culture, Historical Mythology, Time Travel, Salt, Building, Making, Heat, Gravity, Appropriation, Replicas, Fakes, Science Fiction, Lenticular Photography, The Moon, The Sun, The Road, Artifacts, Green Screens, Technical Images not Traditional Images, Mirrors, Models, Crayons, Coca-Cola, Materiality, Materialism, M&Ms, Matter, Matta-Clark, The Delorean, The 80s, Film, Legos, Memory, Rainbows and Space. Edler is motivated by the process of making, searching and discovering through materials, his sculptures investigate the place of materials in object making and question the relationships between materials and images.