Sunday, May 1, 2011
Day Old Donuts: Matt D. Clark, Clayton Hurt and Joel Lynn Kiser
A new sculptural work that combines the habit of accumulation, continued interest in transportation and possible extinction.
A collection of recent works that arose from random sketchbook writings and illustrations. Animals are combined with symbols and signage to suggest the bitter/sweet plight of possible marketing strategies.
The overture to Joel Kiser's work consist of a careful arrangement of appropriated Americana Kitsch forms entangled with a surface vocabulary of 1980's fan boy culture. Kiser's sculptures recall an elaborate allegory of grotesque figurines, handled typical of adolescent school boy doodles, while exposing the attraction to the "tall tale" element of storytelling.
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Dallas, TX 75226
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