Mark Whalen is a talented Australian artist and he recently opened the doors to his solo 'Ramble Ramble' exhibition in Los Angeles' Over the Influence location. The installation features a lineup of sculptures and wall reliefs that represent Whalen's own iteration of what human-like subjects could be through fluid forms.
The artworks are translated through totemic structures and come in a range of sizes -- some of which sit on top of concrete structures. The Californian gallery explains that “A ramble is a journey with a kind of meta-destination, a route without any particular goal except the adventure of forwarding motion. For artist Mark Whalen, it’s the perfect analogy for his recent studio practices and arrival at this body of fresh sculptural forms for wall and floor.”
Mark Whalen's Ramble Ramble Exhibition Explores Human Silhouettes
1. Fluid Formed Sculptures - Exploring the use of fluid forms in sculptures, presenting opportunities for innovative and unique artistic expressions.
2. Totemic Structures - Embracing the use of totemic structures in art installations, offering immersive and thought-provoking experiences to viewers.
3. Meta-destination Art - Creating art pieces that focus on the journey rather than a specific end goal, inspiring new approaches to artistic expression.
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