A graphic novel told in 45 woodcuts carved during the winter of 2022. A “mundane horror”, the narrative investigates lived and imagined experience, corporality, and the passage of time
Colin Pezzano is a woodworker and craft artist based in South Philadelphia. His practice is defined by utilizing digital and hand processes to pass along humor, pathos, and memory into his chosen materials. Colin graduated from University of the Arts in 2014 with a BFA in Crafts and shortly after received the Windgate Fellowship Award. In 2022, he received the Windgate-Lamar Fellowship Award, given to awardees who have continued to evolve their practice post graduation. During his career Pezzano has participated in group shows, juried exhibitions and attended residencies in the USA and Sweden. He maintains his practice in his basement studio.
Soma is released in conjunction with his exhibition at the Wharton Esherick Museum