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Hey everyone!
I’m really excited to finally share some info on my upcoming show in Philadelphia at Trick Go.  I’ve been working on the show for several months now –the work is going  to feature a range of new works on paper as well, wood works and  potential a screen print or two. I’ve also been working with the space  to produce a limited edition t-shirt for this exhibition, and planning  on doing a larger environement installation as well. Below is the  official press release on the show, which talks about the work and where  it’s coming from.
Hope everyone’s doing great!
Scotty
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Trick Go of Philadelphia presents ALONG THE WAY, a solo  exhibition of new works by Brooklyn-based artist Scott Albrecht. The  exhibition will run from June 25—July 20, 2011 with an opening reception  on Saturday June 25, from 6—10pm. Albrecht often uses  found materials as alternative canvases for his work (discarded books,  maps, and wooden boxes) carefully selected for their aged and weathered  textures. ALONG THE WAY features a new series of three-dimensional works  on wood, hand-drawn typography studies on paper and a screen-printed  multiple released in conjunction with a limited edition T-shirt,  designed by the artist exclusively for Trick Go. In  ALONG THE WAY, Albrecht focused on capturing specific moments from his  life, especially memories of events in which he found inspiration and  discovery. These moments are represented thematically throughout the  exhibition and specifically documented in a series of four works called  Moments in Time. Expanding upon his signature typographic aesthetic,  Albrecht explores abstract interpretations of typography in his Moments  in Time series. In each of the four works, the artist integrates a set  of eight numbers which represent a significant date (mm/dd/yyyy),  dissects the numerical letterforms into a system of painted wooden  geometric shapes, and embeds hidden codes into the resulting puzzle-like  pattern.For Albrecht, exhibiting in Philadelphia, the  city where he went to art school, brings the idea behind this exhibition  full circle. The city served as a starting point to many facets of his  creative work, education and inspiration — ALONG THE WAY is a  culmination of many ideas influenced by Albrecht’s time living in Philly  and the years that followed. ABOUT THE ARTIST:Born  in 1983 in New Brunswick, NJ, and raised in a small town called  Bethlehem Township, NJ, Scott Albrecht is an artist/designer currently  based in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of The Art Institute of Philadelphia  in 2003, his work has been exhibited and published Internationally. In  2006, he co-founded the collective blog PROCESS, a site focused on the  creative process of artists and creative individuals. A self-taught  woodworker with a passion for hand-drawn typography, Albrecht utilizes  classic techniques with contemporary style. Much like the organic line  elements of rendering type by hand, Albrecht has found joy in the  imperfections that are his own. For more information please visit:  ScottyFiveAlive.com

Hey everyone!

I’m really excited to finally share some info on my upcoming show in Philadelphia at Trick Go. I’ve been working on the show for several months now –the work is going to feature a range of new works on paper as well, wood works and potential a screen print or two. I’ve also been working with the space to produce a limited edition t-shirt for this exhibition, and planning on doing a larger environement installation as well. Below is the official press release on the show, which talks about the work and where it’s coming from.

Hope everyone’s doing great!

Scotty

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Trick Go of Philadelphia presents ALONG THE WAY, a solo exhibition of new works by Brooklyn-based artist Scott Albrecht. The exhibition will run from June 25—July 20, 2011 with an opening reception on Saturday June 25, from 6—10pm.

Albrecht often uses found materials as alternative canvases for his work (discarded books, maps, and wooden boxes) carefully selected for their aged and weathered textures. ALONG THE WAY features a new series of three-dimensional works on wood, hand-drawn typography studies on paper and a screen-printed multiple released in conjunction with a limited edition T-shirt, designed by the artist exclusively for Trick Go.

In ALONG THE WAY, Albrecht focused on capturing specific moments from his life, especially memories of events in which he found inspiration and discovery. These moments are represented thematically throughout the exhibition and specifically documented in a series of four works called Moments in Time. Expanding upon his signature typographic aesthetic, Albrecht explores abstract interpretations of typography in his Moments in Time series. In each of the four works, the artist integrates a set of eight numbers which represent a significant date (mm/dd/yyyy), dissects the numerical letterforms into a system of painted wooden geometric shapes, and embeds hidden codes into the resulting puzzle-like pattern.

For Albrecht, exhibiting in Philadelphia, the city where he went to art school, brings the idea behind this exhibition full circle. The city served as a starting point to many facets of his creative work, education and inspiration — ALONG THE WAY is a culmination of many ideas influenced by Albrecht’s time living in Philly and the years that followed.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Born in 1983 in New Brunswick, NJ, and raised in a small town called Bethlehem Township, NJ, Scott Albrecht is an artist/designer currently based in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of The Art Institute of Philadelphia in 2003, his work has been exhibited and published Internationally. In 2006, he co-founded the collective blog PROCESS, a site focused on the creative process of artists and creative individuals. A self-taught woodworker with a passion for hand-drawn typography, Albrecht utilizes classic techniques with contemporary style. Much like the organic line elements of rendering type by hand, Albrecht has found joy in the imperfections that are his own. For more information please visit: ScottyFiveAlive.com

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