by Dayton Castleman
Dayton Castleman of Trinity Christian College shares some of his work in installations. He shares how he seeks to give viewers a "burning bush" experience of sacred space.
Dayton Castleman is a Chicago-based multi-disciplinary artist, educator, curator, writer, and choreographer. He completed his undergraduate work at Belhaven University, and received his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has completed large-scale site-specific works in Philadelphia, and his artwork has been presented in museums and galleries across the United States and in Europe. Recent projects have included the development of concert dance works for the stage, in collaboration with dancers from world-renowned Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and MOMIX. Dayton teaches at Trinity Christian College in Chicago, and serves on the board of Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA).