BODIES OF WORK > Conceptual Sculpture

Maya Stovall, Untitled B (October 1/The Money Sound)
Retail store signage, acrylic, iPhone recording, ATM dispensing cash; 14 min 02 sec
45x30 in | 114x76 cm
2018
Maya Stovall, Untitled B (October 1/The Money Sound)
Retail store signage, acrylic, iPhone recording, ATM dispensing cash; 14 min 02 sec
45x30 in | 114x76 cm
2018
Maya Stovall, Untitled A, 2017 On view in Fictions, The Studio Museum in Harlem, September 14, 2017–January 7, 2018 Photo: Adam Reich
Found glass, mirror, acrylic, cotton rope, epoxy putty
Dimensions variable
2017
Maya Stovall, Untitled A, 2017 On view in Fictions, The Studio Museum in Harlem, September 14, 2017–January 7, 2018 Photo: Adam Reich
Found glass, mirror, acrylic, cotton rope, epoxy putty
Dimensions variable
2017
Maya Stovall, Untitled A, 2017 On view in Fictions, The Studio Museum in Harlem, September 14, 2017–January 7, 2018 Photo: Adam Reich
Found glass, mirror, acrylic, cotton rope, epoxy putty
Courtesy the artist and Greg Winters; Dimensions variable
2017
Maya Stovall, Untitled A
Found glass, mirror, acrylic, cotton rope, epoxy putty
Dimensions variable
2017
Maya Stovall, Untitled A, 2017 On view in Fictions, The Studio Museum in Harlem, September 14, 2017–January 7, 2018 Photo: Adam Reich
Found glass, mirror, acrylic, cotton rope, epoxy putty
Dimensions variable
2017
Maya Stovall, Todd Stovall
The Panopticon
Partial Exhibition Installation View, At Large. Photograph by Clare Gatto and courtesy of Reyes Projects.
Birch, poplar, metal rod, acrylic, Amaryllis belladonna
51x52 in | 129x132 cm (dimensions vary vertically by 24 in | 61 cm)
2018
Maya Stovall, Todd Stovall
The Panopticon
Photograph by Clare Gatto and courtesy of Reyes Projects.
Birch, poplar, metal rod, acrylic, Amaryllis belladonna
51x52 in | 129x132 cm (dimensions vary vertically by 24 in | 61 cm)
2018
Maya Stovall, Todd Stovall
The Panopticon
Photograph by Clare Gatto and courtesy of Reyes Projects.
Birch, poplar, metal rod, acrylic, Amaryllis belladonna
51x52 in | 129x132 cm (dimensions vary vertically by 24 in | 61 cm)
2018

With my conceptual sculptural objects, I am equally interested in process and product; years of work are crystallized in a single object. My obsessions with post-minimalism, the surreal, the bizarre, the stunning, and the haunting, surge forward, alongside an interest in what I call, hardboiled readymades, and the depth of thinking and theorizing behind them and the stories they tell.