Brian J. Taylor

Brian's work is a snapshot of what he find curious in material culture: the complexity of our desire for both the manufactured and the handmade to exist in the same place. By combining representations of form, color and the symbolic residue of various making processes, he hopes to tease out a conversation about how we value the objects we keep around us. I do not intend to formulate a rubric for judgment, but rather to draw from signifiers in his environment in order to coerce a play between the processes of making and expectation.