Better Living Thru Chemistry is a limited edition sculpture series consisting of over-sized glass and mixed media capsule-shaped objects emblazoned with text messages, abbreviations, acronyms and slang.
Edie Nadelhaft Pill Capsules
BLTC: Limited Edition Sculptures
A snarky commentary on our over-medicated society, Edie was inspired in equal parts by the ubiquitous presence of social media in contemporary culture and the simultaneous rise of direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical marketing. This collection pokes fun at the alternately amusing and depressing correlations between the two phenomena as both are enlisted to over-simplify the human condition and expedite contentment.
With a nod to the 1960’s Dow Chemical advertising campaign and titles like I
“Better Living Thru Chemistry”, glass and mixed Media, 14″ x 4″ each, 2012
No longer available, but spotted on Mass Art Made, was this OMG pill by Nadelhaft:
And this one, made specifically for Mass Art Made, is a limited editions of 20. Approximately 8.5 inches long:
Price $350.00, buy it here.
The following three measure 42″ x 16″ and are made with steel and mixed media.
“Sweet!”, steel and mixed media, 42″ x 16″, 2012
“Chill”, steel and mixed media, 42″ x 16″, 2012
“Front Room Gallery Banner Project”, steel and mixed media, in situ 42″ x 16″, 2012
all images and info courtesy of ©edie nadelhaft
A special collaboration between Edie Nadelhaft & Reed Seifer are these Optimism capsule sculptures:
above: Better Living Thru Chemistry: optimism, 2012-13
glass and mixed media, 14 x 4 inches, 36 x 10 centimeters.
A signed and numbered edition, includes hanging apparatus.
USD $1800 each, USD $3200 for the set.
For these Optimism pieces only, please contact Reed Seifer email@example.com
For availability and pricing on BLTC, please contact the Jordan Faye Contemporary
This is a small selection of the varied works of artist Edie Nadelhaft. Be sure to see more of her unusual work (specifically her Flesh and Bite realism paintings) here.