Joshua Young–The Longest Night

November 20, 2011

Young places emphasis on the craft of creation, making objects that are a hybridization of art and architecture. His works are a bastion of turn-of-the-century craftsmanship and are an eloquent protest of the inert, alienating qualities inherent in mass production. Prizing the ability to translate ideas into physical form, Young continually strives to articulate the qualities and capabilities of his materials. More than anything else, these aspects lead him to the appearance, functionality—and indeed, the life—of each work.

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