Foam, string, acrylic paint, beads, sequins, aquarium

10.5x10x15 inches

>Biosphere 3.1 is a small world that works both in daylight and black light. The playfulness of the small world reflects to us our own delight, intrigue and playfulness. It also reflects on relation between human and our own biosphere leaving room for dynamic interpretation between viewer and the work.

Stoney Sasser investigates the interconnectedness of humans, plants, animals and the surrounding material culture of contemporary humans. These otherworldly landscapes, commonly featuring patterned fabric, glitter and fringe, are campy, playful prosthetics for nature’s creatures and plants. Stoney holds an MFA in Painting and Sculpture from Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois and was recently included in Fresh: New Master Artists at Contemporary Art Gallery, Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana. Stoney lives in Missoula, Montana.

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