Friday, July 26, 2013

Guest Star #121...Tobias Alm

I recently spent a bunch of time moving through page after page on Apparat and came upon the work of Tobias Alm. I was instantly attracted to the forms, the details, and the visual movement of his work. There is a lovely balance of the rough and refined in each piece, too,  and a clear sensitivity in the way the materials have been handled. I also read his statements and was so happy to learn of Tobias' interest in "objects showing signs of use, and marks of history,"  both things I am interested in and try to convey in my own work.

Thanks for reading.

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