James Day’s sculptures feel like cubism in 3D… texture and contour added to a sense of composition that feels like Picasso’s take on the organization of ones face. It’s classic as far as the way it relates to the Cubist Movement, yet feels like it’s of its own time period. The dimensionality of it lends a feeling that the piece is living somehow, not as though it’s jumping out at you, but more like there’s someone in the room you hadn’t accounted for. There’s definitely a life-force to this stuff – and we’re happy to have found it.
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