2 – 26 September 2020
A 30+ page, full-colour exhibition catalogue to accompany Daniel Agdag’s latest solo exhibition. The publication includes a transcribed interview with the artist by ABC broadcaster and journalist Fiona Gruber plus an essay by Daniel.
Daniel Agdag is an artist, sculptor and animator based in Melbourne, Australia, whose work represents a paradox of fragility and strength through structures of miniature might in delicate materials.
Intentionally keeping his process very simple, but the outcome very complex, Daniel uses only boxboard, glue and a scalpel in order to become the architect of an extremely intricate universe and we are delighted to welcome him back for his second solo show with the gallery this September.
When observing this new body of work – ‘Radio Silence’ – which is more elaborate and intricate than ever, you get the sense that there is a transmission but that it is one of silence. There is a technological sophistication to this progression, and one that is reflected in the pause that has interrupted the lives of everyone in recent months.
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Daniel Agdag is an artist and filmmaker based in Melbourne, Australia, whose practise sits at the nexus of sculpture and motionography.