Rose Salane (b. 1992, New York, NY, USA) lives and works in New York, NY. Salane creates sculptures that fill in the blanks around fragments of information, stories, or conversations encountered in the public places where she happens to be creating. She fabricates newspaper clippings as means to inform her objects, which in turn, often become the protagonists of the stories she invents, and together they forge a delicate balance between idea and object, while showing us that we’re never quite getting the “full” story.
Tie His Hands Gently, Romeo, New York, USA
Who Isn’t Seeing Someone?, Four A.M, New York, USA
Over The Honey Moon, Magic Gallery, New York, USA
2014 The Stairwell, Cooper Union, New York, USA
The Collection, Cooper Union, New York, USA