“Daniel Zeller (CRF 2007) invents his topo-cellular, cartographic universe utilizing the modest media of pencil, ink, and paper. These drawings could all be part of the same world, each referencing different regions of that world. They seem to draw from one another—as Zeller continues to develop a language of marks and shapes—to create new terrains, new organisms. These drawings exhibit Zeller’s characteristic push/pull between macro and micro worlds, referencing environmental, biological, topographical, stratographic, astronomical, and other imagery that he has absorbed like a science nerd and reimagined to create entirely new forms. He blurs the boundaries between invention and reality with his convincing terrains, and tests even further by, in some instances, referencing actual places or entities.”
Pierogi, 175 North 9th Street, Brooklyn
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