Dustin Yellin’s installation Ten Parts is telling the story of possible futures ahead of the world enclosed in ten glass blocks.
Shown in GRIMM Gallery in Amsterdam glass artist Dustin Yellin’s work is composed of ten modular glass blocks that together measure six meters long. Densely layered, each glass brick contains thousands of images meticulously sourced from magazines and books, arranged to created Yellin’s own alternate National Geographic universe. The pieces, which differ in dimension at the ends of the work and are uniformly sized near the middle, all contribute to a story about the future of humanity.
Ten Parts is a collage of our present days, projecting towards the future. It outlines views of our future with scenes from the tip of a glass-encased mountain to the depths of a turbulent sea.
Photography: © GRIMM Gallery