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Stephanie Beck | Bough

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Glyndor Gallery
Stephanie Beck, Untitled (London Plane), 2022, wood, branches, glue, mineral oil, string. Photo: JMayStudio.

Concluding the 2024 Sunroom Project Space season, Stephanie Beck’s site-specific exhibition Bough features abstract sculptural “drawings” created from hinged lines of wood, branches and dried plants collected at Wave Hill. Accompanied by a sound piece consisting of the songs of local migratory birds whose populations are declining, the bird songs are silenced upon entering the exhibition space. Beck’s project speaks to how we manipulate the natural world to serve our needs grafting trees together, shaping them through trimming, tying, and weighting, to more destructive actions such as forest clearing that cause the decline of plant and animal species.

Organized by Curator of Visual Arts Rachel Raphaela Gugelberger, the Sunroom Project Space is an open call opportunity for New York-area artists to develop and exhibit a site-specific project as a solo show. The 2024 applications were reviewed by a panel of arts professionals including Kiara Cristina Ventura, writer, curator and founder of the roving curatorial platform Processa; Jacq Groves, 2023 Sunroom Project Space interdisciplinary artist and educator; and Gugelberger.

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    Headshot Stephanie Beck Courtesy the Artist SPS24

    Stephanie Beck

    Stephanie Beck is a Queens-based artist who creates minimalist sculptures in wood and in paper that explore architecture and the figure, the geometric and the organic. She has presented a solo exhibition at the Philadelphia International Airport, PA, and two-person exhibitions at Florida State College, Jacksonville, FL and Musée d’art moderne André Malraux, Le Havre, France. Beck's work has been included in exhibitions at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA; International Print Center, New York, NY; and Cite de l’architecture et du patrimonie, Paris, France, among others. She is currently artist-in-residence at ChaShaMa’s Space to Create in Brooklyn, NY, and has participated in residencies including an exchange program in Le Havre, France, the Artist Studios program at the Museum of Arts and Design, NY, and at the Center for Book Arts and Triangle Arts, both in New York, NY. Beck has also collaborated on set and prop design with New York-based dance company, Racoco Productions. She earned an M.F.A. from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, a Post-Baccalaureate certificate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a B.A. in Art History from the University of Virginia. Learn more about the artist at

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