Brian Glaze


Statement about Gibbous Eyes:

Working from the definition of gibbous (of the moon) it comments on the forms used to create this composition. With the majority of the work highly polished, the blue accents are meant to interject the many plains of the work, which create locations to move through the work. While the polished part of the work seems to be the center of attention, in truth, the blue accent becomes the focal point when viewed at twilight; which was the objective.

gibbous |ˈgibəs|


(of the moon) having the observable illuminated part greater

than a semicircle and less than a circle.

convex or protuberant : gibbous eyes.


Brian Glaze has exhibited nationally and internationally relating to sculpture, installation, interactivity and time-based artwork. Notable exhibitions include the UFVA New Media Exhibition, Emerson College, Boston, Massachusetts, theBerlin Project, Germany and the ArtVenice Biennale 3, Italy. Residencies have spanned from the former Banff New Media Institute (the Banff Centre), Canada to Harvestworks Digital Media Center, NYC.

Brian holds a B.F.A. in Sculpture from Kent State University in Ohio and an M.F.A. in Sculpture from Bowling Green State University in Ohio.

His own artwork includes found objects, welded and cast metals, interactive technologies, Electroacoustic audio and video projection.

Currently residing in Reading, Pennsylvania, Brian teaches Sculpture and New Media at Albright College. He continues his research on subjects pertaining material treatment, personal and social concepts, and continued observation of his surroundings.

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