Sunday, 7 November 2010

Adam Dant

Dant creates dense, cartoon like drawings, often possessed of a dysfunctional semicircular logic. Mishap and folly proliferate his work. Museums are common subjects, as are maps and complicated jokes. Dant's works often take the form of wall hung drawings and have been described as Hogarthian or Swiftian especially in relation to his use of satire.
His new work continues Adam Dant's interest in depicting and interacting with the public space, the anecdotal and Utopian grand models.

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