Tag Archives | Tom Butter

View Inside: Peter Scibetta

by on August 27th 2016


    For some reason I find that one of the most effective ways to make a very busy week feel less busy is to incorporate into it a few extra things I really want to do, to offset the various things to which I’m variably obligated. Yes, this is tantamount to making myself busier [READ ►]

View Inside: Bo Berkman

by on May 3rd 2016


  Tom Butter and I recently took a little post-pedagogical field trip from Parsons to Tribeca to visit Bo Berkman’s studio. It so happened that the building I was teaching in that day—just as I was wrapping up my class, and therefore just as I was getting ready to meet Tom—was being evacuated for some [READ ►]

View Inside: Tom Butter

by on June 23rd 2015

Tom Butter

  A fortunate person indeed is one who has the chance to visit Tom Butter’s magnificent Bushwick studio—in which ‘magnificent’ pertains to size, constituent objects and resident artist alike. Tom’s brilliant kinetic sculptures and zestfully gestural paintings got us talking quite a lot about turbine motion, formal unquestionabilities, centripetal and centrifugal forces, compositional foci and simplicities, [READ ►]