Now Reading
Globular Reliefs and Drippy Mounds Comprise a Technicolor Assortment of Dan Lam’s Sculptures

Globular Reliefs and Drippy Mounds Comprise a Technicolor Assortment of Dan Lam’s Sculptures

Globular Reliefs and Drippy Mounds Comprise a Technicolor Collection of Dan Lam’s Sculptures



Artwork

#acrylic
#neon
#resin
#sculpture

April 20, 2022

Grace Ebert

All photographs courtesy of Stephanie Chefas Tasks, shared with permission

Armed with polyurethane foam, epoxy resin, and acrylic, artist Dan Lam (beforehand) sculpts technicolor types that ooze, bubble, and trickle in lengthy drips. She layers supplies into lots of neon colour progressions and textured blobs, forming amorphous puddles and piles with cavernous insides.

Lam’s solo present Private Legend expands the artist’s repertoire to incorporate completely spherical reliefs with concentric gradients. Created by pouring and spreading resin over the foundational form—head to Lam’s Instagram to dive into the method—the wall-based works are coated in droplets that bead on the floor. Mesmerizing in dimension and vibrant colour palette, the ensuing sculptures are displayed as single circles or massive, sprawling clusters.

Private Legend is on view by means of Might 7 at Stephanie Chefas Tasks in Portland.

 

See Also
Manifesta Director Nominates Ukraine to Host 2028 Iteration

#acrylic
#neon
#resin
#sculpture

 

Do tales and artists like this matter to you? Turn out to be a Colossal Member at present and assist unbiased arts publishing for as little as $5 monthly. You may join with a group of like-minded readers who’re enthusiastic about modern artwork, learn articles and newsletters ad-free, maintain our interview collection, get reductions and early entry to our limited-edition print releases, and far more. Be part of now!



What's Your Reaction?
Excited
0
Happy
0
In Love
0
Not Sure
0
Silly
0
View Comments (0)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Scroll To Top