ideaXfactory

IdeaXFactory presents Tangential Taxonomies, an immersive installation by local sculptor David Zaslow, inspired by the intersection of hard science and social science. Questioning how we form understanding, Zaslow’s work blurs the line between what we feel and what we think, and explores the grey area between knowledge and belief. Comprising approximately 80 individual sculptures inspired by images from the textbook Animals without Backbones by Ralph Bauchsbaum and 1930s-50s scientific imagery, Zaslow’s installation creates an environment in which his creatures can thrive or perish. … Intended to function like a Rorschach test, the installation challenges viewers to bring their own experiences and project their own understanding onto the work.

ideaXfactory

IdeaXFactory presents Tangential Taxonomies, an immersive installation by local sculptor David Zaslow, inspired by the intersection of hard science and social science. Questioning how we form understanding, Zaslow’s work blurs the line between what we feel and what we think, and explores the grey area between knowledge and belief. Comprising approximately 80 individual sculptures inspired by […]