Chris Boyd Taylor has Fine Arts degrees from Ohio State University and New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Craft, scale, color, movement, architecture, spectatorship, anthropomorphism, and interpersonal relationships make up the principle interests in his studio practice. He is currently creating work in direct response to travels he took throughout the Southeast United States documenting venues of spectatorship. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally, with two major public art commissions Remolcador en Camino at the Pablo Neruda Plaza, Montevideo Uruguay and The Cardboard Kids at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville Tennessee. In 2013 he was an Emerging Art Fellow at Socrates Sculpture Park in Queens New York . He is currently working on a commission for the Nashville International Airport to hang in one of the concourse’s skylights.
More of Taylor’s work can be seen at: http://walkingcubes.com/
Taylor will give an Artist’s Talk at the closing reception for the exhibit on February 20, 2018, 5pm in TVAC 103.