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Small Moons by SuttonBeresCuller is Chaotically Planetary

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: suttonberesculler & contemporist
The Small Moons art installation has been created on a planetary level. Although the intriguing spheres have not been made on the scale of actual planets, there is a worldly appeal to each. That is because each globe in the Small Moons installation speaks to the world of individuals. As though made up of the interests on separate persons, they are comprised of what at first appears to be garbage. In reality, they are simply made up of a chaotic mess of objects mounted on a wireframe including skateboards, lamps, books, toys and more.

Created by SuttonBeresCuller, a collective made up of three artists (John Sutton, Ben Beres and Zac Culler), the Small Moons installation is currently on display at the Land of Tomorrow gallery in Louisville, Kentucky. Stats for Globular Garbage Sculptures Trending: Older & Average
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