Photo by Sarika Goulatia
Dan Roth is a contemporary artist and sculptor based in Brooklyn, New York. Roth’s sculptures explore topics ranging from visual awe to other-worldliness. The forms often present bold formal gestures, contrasted by shaggy textures. The finely tuned, yet quirky configurations hint at the artist’s desire to suggest an alternate or distant reality, populated by highly evolved, technologically hybridized organisms and instruments. Built using polygon-based geometry, each sculpture also investigates a personal fascination with polygonal fabrication systems.
Roth’s sculptures have been exhibited widely at venues such as The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, the Mine Factory Gallery, The Chautauqua Institution and the Carnegie Museum of Art. Roth earned a BFA in Sculpture at Rhode Island School of Design, class of 2014. Dan Roth Studio was founded in Pittsburgh, PA before relocating to Brooklyn, NY.
Photo by Brett Henrikson