Brock Enright, Untitled-omai (detail)
Brock Enright’s work is not ‘about something’ but rather is something. It holds fast to the idea that an artistic act is performative in nature. The work that illustrates this best is his ongoing sculpture series Parcells, a word that describes an ephemeral object that has been created by an action, not just physical materials. His hope is for the viewer to continue the creative act by discovering or rediscovering what is overlooked or invisible.
The following works are from the Kandor13 portfolio.
Born in 1976, Brock Enright lives and works in Brooklyn. He received his BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore and his MFA from Columbia University, New York. He has exhibited internationally at venues such as; MoMA PS1, Long Island City, NY; Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY; Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY; Vilma Gold Gallery, London; and LAXART, Los Angeles.
Kandor13 is an experimental network that provides a creative platform for cross-disciplinary collaboration between visual artists, curators, writers and academics.
Other Kandor13 artists:
Salvatore Arancio, based in London
Félix Lazo, based in Frutillar
Lars Laumann, based in Belgium
Pablo Jansana, based in New York
Alison Hall, based in New York
Balam Bartolomé, based in Ciudad de México
Federico Maddalozzo, based in Berlin
Angélica Teuta, based in New York, Bogotá
Christian Viveros Fauné, based in New York
Carolina Castro Jorquera, based in Madrid