Presenting Études Books N°15 New Release
Daniel Everett’s “Throughout the Universe In Perpetuity” is the latest publication of the multi-faceted creative studio Études. The book extends the artist’s interest in the aesthetic implications of functional urban architecture.
Here, Everett turns his focus to areas designed specifically as transitory spaces. Airport runways, subway stops, parking garages, and the like.
Using his lens to isolate environmental details, he translates these anonymous sites into layered compositions. Their landscapes of steel, concrete, and glass are transformed into patterned fields and flattened mosaics.
At a glance austere and dynamic, seductive and unsettling, the resulting images balance the languages of aesthetics and efficiency to necessarily ambiguous ends. It all leads one to question the very possibility of yielding personal resonance from the public.
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About Daniel Everett:
Daniel Everett (b.1980) is an artist and professor working across a broad range of media including photography, video, sculpture, and installation. He received his MFA from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2009.
Daniel currently teaches at Brigham Young University as an assistant professor of New Genres. His work has been exhibited widely in group exhibitions throughout Europe and the United States.
Recent group exhibitions at L’Atelier Néerlandais in Paris, East Wing Gallery in Dubai, and Luis Adelantado in Mexico City. He has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (2010) and at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts in Salt Lake City (2012).
Recent publications include a monograph, Standard Edition, published by Études (2012), and features in Blind Spot (2013), Foam Talent (2014), Granta (2014), and Mousse (2015).