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Kevin Harman


Kevin Harman’s sculpture, built from found objects, deals heavily with the conceptual, temporal, and performance. His practice revolves around a heightened consideration and affinity to these everyday and often discarded materials, which he iterates and arranges into aesthetic, raw and dynamic re-configurations of the familiar, often humorous and challenging in nature. The objects he uses often have a strong emblematic field of significance, they are simple and recognisable things, which a viewer will know and to which they will bring pre-existing associations.



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