Through a combination of wrapping motions — spinning, winding, twisting, and dropping — Cindy Gosselin (b. 1964) creates her bound sculptures with a focused, obsessive intensity. Pulling various found objects into cocoon-like forms, from wooden spools to house keys, they continue to morph and grow until Gosselin deems them “too heavy.” The artist is blind, and her bound vessels are created entirely through her sense of touch.
Gosselin’s work has been widely collected in Philadelphia and New York. Her sculptures have been exhibited at NADA NYC, Weird Days (now Summertime) in Brooklyn, and Philadelphia’s artist-run galleries Pageant Soloveev, FJORD, and Spillway Collective.
Aside from her sculpture, Gosselin has a sincere passion for music, and has performed in several venues in Philadelphia. She has worked at Center for Creative Works since its founding in 2011.