Schenck calls his practice “Two-Dimensional Performance”

It references the way consumer goods talk to us and each other.  It is the process of exploring, editing and representing the superficial as significant and illuminating what our complex relationship to it can reveal about our selves. The savvy visual vocabulary that permeates everyday life is distilled into building blocks, and Schenck’s own struggle for self-awareness and self-representation becomes the common baseline for his open-ended work. His stylized pieces fuel decision-making and judgment both as they are being made and as they stand displayed, and invite the viewer to enter a dialogue that actively symbolizes the superficial while referencing something deeper and sublime.

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