The work of Dan Lam, an artist born in Manila, Philippines, and now residing in the United States, is something straight out of a kid's show -- or even an alien planet. Taking on the form of organic blobs, these neon sculptures are covered in equally bright nodules that makes them look like science experiments gone wrong. Or perhaps right, who knows.
Although they look vicious and soft, as though ready to pounce on a person in seconds, Dan Lam's sculptures are actually made out of polyurethane resin, acrylic and wood. Set on shelves, they interact with their space creatively, giving the sense that they are perpetually dripping to the ground. Overall, Dan Lam displays a unique sense of imagination and fun.