Allan Wexler works within the fields of architecture, design and fine art. He is represented by the Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York City and teaches at Parsons The New School for Design. Wexler’s works explore human activity and the bult environment. He works as an investigator using series, permutations and chance rather than searching for definitive solutions. He makes buildings, furniture, vessels and utensils as backdrops and props for everyday, ordinary human activity. the works isolate, elevate, and monumentalize our daily rituals: dining, sleeping, and bathing. And they, in turn, become mechanisms that activate ritual, ceremony and movement, turning ordinary activities into theater. A collection of his works is published in the books Custom Built: A Twenty-year Survey of Work by Allan Wexler and GG Portfolio Allan Wexler.