Conceptual Sculptures by Dario Escobar Reflect the Product Displays of Popular Sporting Goods
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Untitled (2016), Ed. 1/4 A/P Wood, urethane, grip tape, steel, gold plating, 15.7 x 9 x 3.7 inches. Photo credit: The Lapis Press, courtesy of the artist and Nils Stærk Gallery
Unlike Guatemalan conceptual artist Darío Escobar , most people who pass through the sporting goods section of a store would not pause to consider the accumulation of mass-produced industrial objects like soccer balls and the cultural value that they gain via those who consume them. Escobar's sculptural works make use of balls that have had their patches removed and resewn inside out, bats that have been broken and...
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