Gallery Aferro’s new Sustainable Arts Fellowship supports artists who are parents with a free studio and stipend. Fall Fellow Caitlin Masley’s work focuses on built forms, ruins, monuments and topographies in their moments of change. Each series of works are organized around an examination of materials from a specific place in a specific moment in history (such as cement and Brutalist architecture) and often a way for Masley to deconstruct a political situation, breach a physical boundary or conceptualize a topography. This examination of space and architectural situations stems from ideas of possibilities of forms suiting the needs of a changing landscape and its mobile population. The works collectively record the invisible history of where we go, where we live, how we create, erase and redraw borders and structures and where we call home.
Visit Masley and the studios of 2 dozen other artists. More information at aferro.org