Thursday 29th June 2017


These beautiful installation pieces by Dan Bradica caught my eye recently… And after a little bit of research I found his incredible series of works know as “Constructions”. On can think of Bradica as a rural interventionist who uses shapes and textures to juxtapose the natural environment. The results are fantastic…and remind you of where paper originated from in the first place.

“My work involves disrupting the appearance of the natural environment to explore its relationship with artifice, control, and classification. I create photographs of temporary sculptures made from synthetic materials in managed forest preserves. Each sculptural form takes a shape complementary to its surroundings appearing in contrast to a depiction of the landscape that acknowledges the maintenance and control of civic land.”


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