REPURPOSED by Anthony Schumann

REPURPOSED by Anthony SchumannREPURPOSED by Anthony Schumann

Fri, Oct 12, 2018 6:00 PM – Fri, Oct 12, 2018 10:00 PM REPURPOSED by Anthony Schumann

Where: StorageSpace

StorageSpace 121 E 34th St Indianapolis, Indiana 46205

​Anthony Schumann creates wearable art, small scale sculptures, large-scale sculptures, and environments. He received two BFA’s from Herron School of Art & Design in 2016, one in Sculpture and one in Ceramics. He incorporates a lot of sewing principles in his work but strays away from conventional materials. He works with a lot of household materials, found objects and recycleable materials like plastic bottles, aluminum cans, banding strips and zip ties. He chooses everyday objects as materials because they are things that everyone can relate to. By gathering and bringing together a lot of one thing, he creates natural and organic forms from manufactured products. This is a tedious and time-consuming process for him but it adds depth to his work. He often incorporates light, movement and sound in his works. He would like his work to make people more aware of things that are all around them that are constantly overlooked.

Event tags: ​Anthony Schumann, wearable art, small scale sculptures, large-scale sculptures, environments

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October 12, 2018 6:00 PM
October 12, 2018 10:00 PM
America/Indianapolis
Fri, Oct 12, 2018 REPURPOSED by Anthony Schumann

​Anthony Schumann creates wearable art, small scale sculptures, large-scale sculptures, and environments. He received two BFA’s from Herron School of Art & Design in 2016, one in Sculpture and one in Ceramics. He incorporates a lot of sewing principles in his work but strays away from conventional materials. He works with a lot of household materials, found objects and recycleable materials like plastic bottles, aluminum cans, banding strips and zip ties. He chooses everyday objects as materials because they are things that everyone can relate to. By gathering and bringing together a lot of one thing, he creates natural and organic forms from manufactured products. This is a tedious and time-consuming process for him but it adds depth to his work. He often incorporates light, movement and sound in his works. He would like his work to make people more aware of things that are all around them that are constantly overlooked.


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