her London studio, the New York native explores the sensory worlds
of experience and perspective through the malleable and tactile
qualities of familiar fabrics. Isabel Yellin’s 2014 work
Faux is made up of translucent layers of cotton, vinyl and
mesh, loosely sewn together to create soft, irregular folds. Hung
on the walls of a gallery in a rough square shape, the work plays
on traditional ideas of painting and sculpture.