The Brooklyn artist Dustin Yellin will create a large-scale theater installation for the latest installment of New York City Ballet’s art series, in which the company teams up with a contemporary visual artist to create original works to be shown at the David H. Koch Theater. Yellin, the founder of Pioneer Works in Red Hook, will display 15 glass-and-mixed media sculptures—part of a larger, ongoing project he calls “Psychogeographies,” or maps of the psyche—that feature 100 glass and mixed-media sculptures. Imagine bodies trapped in glass. “I make window sandwiches,” he explains.
The promising installation will be on display during the company’s season from January 20 through March 1. There will also be three special Art Series performances: February 12, 19 and 27. Tickets are just $29, and audience members at these shows will receive a limited-edition takeaway created especially for the occasion by Yellin.