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New Works in Vinyl

When: Nov. 19-27 2010

Jerome Epstein has been digging through Nashville’s garbage bins. But don’t worry about your credit card statements; he’s primarily interested in industrial refuse. In his previous work, Epstein’s imagination turned trash into anthropomorphized figural compositions. Recently, he has found inspiration in secretive dumpster dives into the cast-offs of a local record press. Molding and forming the textured grooves and epoxy glosses of unwanted vinyl, he has kicked off a thoroughly Nashvillian series of works. Epstein hopes to take album recycling beyond the realm of coasters and kitschy earrings, and his large-scale offerings do just that. Combining melted vinyl with industrial lighting and rigging leftovers, he is well on his way to an interesting postmodern take on culture, memory and waste.

Deborah Walden


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