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"Stephen Eakin’s recent work explores the connection between objects and their associated meanings, and how the context for that meaning comes to exist. He uses personal narratives, traditions and experiences to consider our intimate attachment to such things and how they engage with the politics of historical significance. Stephen has had solo exhibitions at the AC Institute in Chelsea NY; Bellocq Gallery in Ruston LA; Thomas Hunter Project Room in NY; and Sheppard Fine Arts in Reno, NV. Selected group exhibitions include Honey Ramka, Yashar Gallery and Bushwick Open studios in Brooklyn; E. Tay Gallery; AC Exhibition Space; Pelham Art Center; and the Art Factory. His art has been written about in Hyperallergic, Art F City, The Huffington Post and Art Slant. He has been an artist in residence at Kitchen Budapest, HU and received the Ellis Art Award and a Brown-MacKenzie Art Scholarship. He holds a BFA from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA and an MFA from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. All images courtesy of the artist I don't know where I got this sticker but I've had it for a while now I found this hat in a parking lot Installation shot Installation, Solo show at Honey Ramka Margaret's family gave me this when I visited them for Thanksgiving years ago These cedar pinecones are from my parent's home in Northern California and I have no fucking clue why they came to New York with me This keyboard is a piece of shit Whatever #2 (the one with the yellow) 00:00 - Introduction 00:39 - Stephen Eakin 02:19 - Jukebox Cutie - Bridal Party 05:30 - Objects and Object Makers 24:22 - Academia and Professionalizing the Artist 37:46 - Expiration Date - Boy Scouts 41:48 - Outro 42:09 - Finish "

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