9 dense collage compositions made of magazine clippings with additional silver over print isolating various forms

Eric Carlson, Insights Anthrograph Matrix (2022). Offset print. 24 x 36 in.

Eric Timothy Carlson (b. 1984) is an interdisciplinary artist and designer based in Brooklyn. Creating in a multitude of forms (drawings, paintings, collages, videos, and sculpture) Carlson’s practice draws on deep-rooted iconography to create enigmatic compositions chronicling themes of discord, language, technology, and renewal.
Carlson has worked as an educator at MCAD, and has appeared as a lecturer at VCU, Printed Matter, and Walker Art Center. He has presented the solo exhibitions HOMININ 3 — Ɛ Є E at Fisher Parrish Gallery; 2 Apollo at Pioneer Works; Millions of Innocent Accidents at Minneapolis Institute of Art (with the collective Hardland Heartland); and NYPLPCETC 01-04 at Printed Matter coinciding with the release of an artist’s book and edition exploring the New York Public Library Picture Collection.
Carlson’s design work and creative direction has received multiple Grammy nominations, and was nominated for the 2020 Beazley Designs of the Year award at The Design Museum in London, UK.
For Dumbo Open Studios Carlson will be sharing new works, works in progress, and selections from his personal archive.