I paint as a means of exploring color and technology and my work is a conversation on how information is perceived in the spaces where the physical and digital worlds meet. My sculpture works are discrete groupings of found and collected objects; this work is concerned with consumption, mass production, and the emotional value we place on inanimate objects. When I was a kid I loved collecting discarded items like small toys, cheap jewelry, and old keys, and something about that has stuck with me ever since.
Ryan Garvey (b. 1981) lives and works in NYC and Stockbridge, MA. His solo exhibitions include Ryan Garvey's Lower East Side at Lynch Tham Gallery in Manhattan, and Finders/Keepers at Bronx Art Space. Ryan's group exhibitions include Portrait of Zuck at Galerie Manqué, Brooklyn; State Property at Andrew Freedman, Bronx; and The Other Under Side at Bronx Art Space, Bronx. Ryan's sculpture and installation works can be seen in Brooklyn and Yonkers, NY; Cambridge, MA; and San Francisco. Ryan earned his BFA in Printmaking from the Massachusetts College of Art in 2006.