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Gary Frier - "Lobster Suicide"
W: 920mm x H: 1300mm x D: 10mm
Approx. Weight: 5kg
This work is unframed
About "Lobster Suicide"
Change is always constant its probably one of the only things we can depend on in life. With this in mind I have made these expressionistic works with the idea of creating static artworks that change and move as you look at them. These works were inspired by the urban development as well as the graphitti that adorns the ruins on the outskirts of the city.I’ve also been influenced by prehistoric rock art. Ultimately the work is meant to make the viewer aware of something that goes unnoticed in day to day life.
"I believe that making art is a compulsive act of self expression that can only be realized through the collaborative act of creating and experiencing. Creating art for me is about constantly reflecting on my place in the reality. Using art to express a emotional and intellectual and tactile value, discovering how to distill and interpret my interaction with what surrounds me and documenting that personal relationship.
His work is in many private collections in Africa, Europe, America and the U.K. and Asia
Zonnebloem Art centre,Cape Peninsula University of Technology
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