Once acquainted with the work of the conceptualist, Dylan Stone, one becomes drawn into the world of his art-making. In different projects, he has revisited some of the same interests, including the cataloging and documentation of books, urban architecture, and streets. His work often considers the past, including his own biographical events as well as the happenings of more distant centuries. He seems equally interested in methods of taxonomy as in the libraries and museums that make that process their business.
Featuring two decades of interdisciplinary art along with new work created in response to the ongoing Women’s Rights Movement in Iran, the exhibition is on view in Hartford, Connecticut.