Dan Devine is a contemporary artist whose sculpture, installations, drawings and photographs explore the relationship between interior and exterior spaces. His work investigates reversals of space to examine our relationship to technology and nature. As a former motocross racer, Devine combines a fascination for vehicles and machines parts with a reverence for the natural world. Notable projects include Dan Devine’s inside-out cars, sheep farm and concrete castings formed in the space between crashed vehicles.
Dan Devine is Chair of the Sculpture Department at Hofstra University where he was also the Director of the Rosenberg Gallery for over twenty years. For over four decades, his work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums and has been reviewed in major publications. He lives and works in Columbia County, NY.