Sculptures by Johnston Foster seen at The Hive, Bentonville - BuzzKill
Sculptures by Johnston Foster seen at The Hive, Bentonville - BuzzKill
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BuzzKill

Description
BuzzKill is a site specific, immersive installation within “The Hive” restaurant and lounge at 21c Museum/Hotel in Bentonville, Arkansas. It was commissioned by 21c in 2016 and planned as a long term installation. It was created with the restaurant and lounge interior space specifically in mind and features two main elements of giant honeycomb and sprawling kudzu vines filling and consuming the walls and design features of the 1,500 sq. interior space.
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Meet the Creator

Johnston Foster works and lives in Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada. He has exhibited widely throughout the United States and Europe in solo and group exhibitions including P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center MOMA, 21c Museum, MASS MOCA, Yerba Buena Center of the Arts and The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia. Foster was born in South Boston, Virginia in 1978; he received a BFA in Sculpture From Virginia Commonwealth University in 2001, an MFA from Hunter College, NYC in 2005, and attended the Skowhegan School for Painting and Sculpture in 2003.

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