"Pollution" prints framed - Sto Len
Sto Len is a printmaker, sculptor, painter, musician and curator with interests in improvisation and experimentation within a variety of media. His current body of work integrates the traditional art of Suminagashi with experimental marbling on found maps, books, and printed propaganda. Recent collaborations with nature, sewage and pollution in the New York waterways (and recently the West Lake in Vietnam) has made the Newtown Creek his second studio. Working en plein air from a rowboat, Sto uses a process like paper marbling to print directly off of the water. Sto Len is based in Brooklyn with familial roots in Vietnam, his work incorporates these bonds connecting issues of both their history, environment, and politics.
He has shown in New York, Toronto, Vietnam and France. You can read more about him and his works here. Works framed with stories of where the work was made as each one is sitse specifically made. Dimensions 8" x 6"