CAPSIZE (downside-up), 2017
Pine, redheart wood, steel, brass
80″ x 100″ x 100″

Trevor Amery (1983, New York, US) received his BFA from MICA, MFA from UC San Diego, and attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2013. He is a recipient of a Fulbright fellowship to Hungary, a Santo Foundation Individual Artist Award, and residencies at the Fountainhead, Arteles Creative Center, the CAC at Woodside, and more recently Teton Artlab. He represented the U.S. at the 2012 Kathmandu International Art Festival and has exhibited at such venues as Kiasma, the Skanzen Museum, MAMU Galerie, Moore College, and Gallery Protocol. Upcoming he will be an artist in residence at Bemis in Omaha, Nebraska.

Whether employing saunas and coffees shared, a camper shell, or childhood sleeping bags as tools for artistic discourse, I am interested in what happens at the intersection of objects, gestures, and personal narratives. Through sculpture, installation, painting, media, and different forms of recreation I use physical and digital space as a means to both facilitate and frustrate communication and knowledge gathering and engage with different audiences. My goal is to develop projects that complicate object ecologies, subvert function, shift orientations, and get to a place that is oblique or more than the logic of a thing.