Steven Earl Weber is a Philadelphia based artist and designer. Weber's artwork has been exhibited both nationally and internationally. His work, although often based in ceramics, utilizes a variety of materials and ranges from creating individual objects and large installations, to theater design. In 2018, he started MethodCraft LLC which produces its own line of translucent porcelain lighting. He also works with other artists, galleries and museums to help with exhibition design, fabrication, and art handling for larger projects.
Weber prides himself on being able to work in a wide range of mediums and with many different types of artists. Some of the diverse projects he has worked on include; building artist/composer, Michael Nyman's 12 screen audio visual installation "Nyman with a Camera" at both Miami Basel and in Mexico City at The Televisa Television Studios for the opening of Zona Maco Art Fair, designing sets and costumes for Pennsylvania Ballet's production of Somnolence, and Le Travail which were both collaborations with resident choreographer, Matthew Neenan, and reengineering, fabricating and installing The Sister Chapel at Rowan University and aiding in many other exhibits for Rowan's gallery director, Mary Salvante.
For this project with The Clay Studio he will be making a mold of one of Kukuli Velarde's works and reproducing it for use in the exhibition and for educational programming.
Weber's work can be viewed at stevenearlweber.com and methodcraftdesign.com.
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