3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass

Brooklyn- based artist Dustin Yellin was recently commissioned by the New York City Ballet to install his new collection of collages. He names them as Psychogeography because they display the human soul.

Each large-scale sculpture is individually decorated with various objects – old magazines, books, and sometimes garbage found on the streets. The obtained forms resemble the dancers in various poses. All 15 statues were installed in the atrium of the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. The installation is on through March 1, 2015. If you can’t visit it, you can watch the artist’s work on Instagram.

3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by Andrew Romer Photography courtesy the artist
3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by Andrew Romer Photography courtesy the artist
3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by Andrew Romer Photography courtesy the artist
3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by David Deng courtesy the artist
3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by David Deng courtesy the artist
3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by David Deng courtesy the artist
3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by David Deng courtesy the artist
3d collage of human figures in multiple layers of glass
Photo by David Deng courtesy the artist

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