Work of architect Dennis Maher featured in New York Times

Published January 24, 2013

A major feature article in The New York Times reports on the work of Dennis Maher, UB clinical assistant professor of architecture, who has been making sculptures out of pieces of demolished houses.

His sculptures use materials like ductwork, plywood, lath and PVC pipes “in huge, dangerous-looking pieces that resemble photographs of explosions caught by a high-speed camera,” the article notes. University Communications staff worked closely with The New York Times to entice them to come to Buffalo to write about Maher’s work.

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