Osmotic Accumulations (Accumulation)
2019, Sutured cardboard, steel, wire, Dimensions variable
Osmotic Accumulations (Membrane)
2019, Polyurethane, tyvek, steel, wire, nylon, ash, coffee grounds, sawdust, egg shells, quartz, acrylic, Dimensions variable
all 'em tongues, dint hear a licka one
2020, Polystyrene, wax, steel wool, acrylic, crutches, 54 x 27 x 19 in.
2019, Polyurethane, polyurethane foam, nylon, steel, ash, coffee grounds, egg shells, burlap, duct tape, landscape fabric, padded envelopes, 21 x 15 x 62 in.
Vinchen is an artist working in sculpture and installation. His work incorporates refuse and discarded industrial materials, transformed by degenerative processes, into abstract assemblages inhabiting a space between deterioration and preservation. Born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1978, Vinchen holds a BFA from The Ohio State University and an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin. His work has been exhibited throughout the American Midwest and Texas.