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Beams


MEDIUM

Mixed Media, Wood, Acrylic, 3D Printing

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

52 x 185 in
132 x 470 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artplex Gallery

US$ 8,500

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Jay Jones' current "Beams" series is inspired by the cranes that assemble the next iteration of an urban evolution, with a (not-so-subtle) nod to the iconic 1932 photograph, "Men Atop a Skyscraper." Jones plays with the illusory juxtaposition of weight and weightlessness. Jones also adds a contemporary humorous element to his work, hence the distracted man on his phone, unaware of the fate that should befall him.

This large scale Jay Jones mobile sculpture resembles authentic scaled-down construction steel beams, but is very lightweight and can be installed on just one single ceiling hook. The mobile moves quietly and subtly throughout the day. 3D printed figures are positioned along the beams, magnetically secured to the moving structure. Free Los Angeles area delivery is available. Affordable U.S and International shipping. This piece comes with a certificate of authenticity.


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Jay Jones

Raised in Arizona and educated in New York, Jay and his family, wife Naomi along with kids Sam, Ian, and Kyle have lived in Greensboro, North Carolina since 1995. Jay has been making mobiles for more that ten years.

As the technical director for Trisha Brown Dance Company in 1986, Jones personally assisted Robert Rauschenberg in Naples, Italy to assemble and create theatrical sets for a performance at the Teatro De San Carlos Opera House. Watching Rauschenberg work, creating set pieces from what looked like a bunch of junk into a visually stunning work of art, was an amazing education for Jones.

Jones current “Beams” series was inspired by the cranes that assemble the next iteration of an urban evolution, with a (not-so-subtle) nod to the 1932 iconic photograph, “Men Atop a Skyscraper." Jones plays with the illusory juxtaposition of weight and weightlessness.“I want to also bring more humor to my work,” hence the distracted man on his phone, unaware of the fate that should soon befall him.


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