Southern California Institute of Architecture SCI_arc
Mountain School of Arts MS^A
About Gordon Magnin
Gordon Magnin is a Nevada based artist who works in photography, scans, collage, and altered found image. Magnin’s interest lies in the inventive use of geometry, pattern, repetition, form, perspective, composition, and systematic operations as methods to distort and challenge the intended objective, interpretation, and significance of consumer based images. Gordon has shown both locally and internationally including a residency and exhibition in Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec. His work has been profiled in numerous print and online publications including; Gestalten’s “Dopplenganger, Images of the Human Being” and “Cutting Edges, Contemporary Collage”. His work was most recently featured in New American Paintings #102 West. He also completed a cover and opener illustration for Bloomberg Businessweek and the New York Times. Gordon Holds a Masters Degree from the Southern California institute of architecture (SCI_arc) and a bachelors of science in structural engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno. He completed studies at Mountain School of Arts in Chinatown (MSA^), in Los Angeles in 2008.