David Stein: A Partial Museum of a Day in the News

David Stein: A Partial Museum of a Day in the News

Dodd Galleries

October - November 2016

New York-based artist, David Stein, worked  with Professor Erin Moore’s Data Visualization class to create an exhibition that pictures the objects in a days’ newspaper. The result was a three-dimensional portrait of the news, a sculptural tone-poem, and a museum of a day in the world. 

David Stein was born in Philadelphia, PA. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Chicago, and an Masters in Fine Arts from the California College of the Arts. He has had solo shows in San Francisco, Boston, and Malmö. He has been included in group exhibitions in San Francisco, New York, and Dresden. He received the Murphy Fellowship (2003), CCA All College Honors (2003), been awarded residencies at the Bemis Center (2006) and the MacDowell Colony (2008), and been featured in Frieze and New York Magazines. He lives and works in Queens, NY.