Neon Fabrications is dedicated to making large-scale installations and sculptures accessible to emerging and established artists alike.
We provide the tools to support and inspire you to realize your visions together on a large-scale, bringing over 12 years experience including; project management, building construction documents, estimation, developing concept to construction level design presentations, managing installations, mechanical & structural coordination, reviewing fabrication drawings, hiring and managing consultants, successfully collaborating with NYC city agencies, programming spaces, 3D printing and modeling.
Sean Billy Kizy, RA, is a queer Middle Eastern American artist, architect, and large-scale art fabrication specialist who founded Neon Fabrications to support other emerging and established artists. They were born outside of Detroit, MI and moved to New York City in 2007. Beginning their professional career in architectural practice, they became a Registered Architect in NY State. They now hold an artistic practice themselves while working as a project manager for arts fabricator, UAP Company, formerly Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry. They continue to work with fellow Brooklyn artists to realize numerous public art sculptures. They have also worked with local and international artists including Maren Hassinger, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Xenobia Bailey, Elmgreen and Dragset, Pae White, Amalia Pica, Alexander Arrechea and others. Recently completed projects include Imaginary City by artists Elmgreen & Dragset at the newly opened Moynihan Train Hall in NYC.
Sean’s previous architectural work included practicing with OMA NY and SHoP Architects for nearly six years were they executed cultural, performance, mixed-use, residential and academic buildings. These have included the FAENA Forum in Miami Beach, Plaza at Santa Monica and a studio renovation for Cai Guo-Qiang in the Lower East Side while at OMA. At SHoP Architects they worked on the 35 story Citizen 360 residential tower in Manhattan from concept through construction, the renovation to Company at 335 Madison Ave, addition to FIT’s New Academic Building on 27th St., Hudson project in Detroit and the National Veterans Resource Center at Syracuse University.