My work illustrates imagined spaces and implied spaces—spaces that make sense to our eyes but not always to our minds. By using graphic materials like cut paper, neon, and glass, I extend flat drawings and patterns into a slippery space of “2½ dimensions”, coined by neuroscientist David Marr. My goal is to create a limbo of flat and 3-D, real and imaginary, or tangible and intangible.
Ben Orozco is an artist, designer, and illustrator based in Madison, Wisconsin. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2019 with a Bachelors of Fine Arts with concentrations in Glass, Graphic Design, and Sculpture. In 2020, he completed a Fulbright-Hays fellowship in Småland, Sweden, researching Swedish glass and neon techniques.