Height of the sculpture is 21". Pedestal included: dimensions are 39" x 10" x 10"


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Adam Parker Smith (American, b. 1978) is a New York-based sculpture, video, collage, and installation artist who received his BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz and his MFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Smith’s practice involves constructing the aftermath of invented ceremonies and transcendental experiences from materials mined from vernacular, culture, hardware stores, and inherited collections of fabrics. In doing so, he mimics the human endeavor to understand the universe through a bizarre confluence of real events, daydreams, and preexisting fables. Through this combination, Smith establishes psychological sites for disparate elements to congregate in environments that are simultaneously haunting, familiar, and alien. Adam Parker Smith has attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Sculpture Space, Bemis, Djerassi, Jentel, and Atlantic Center for the Arts.

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Askos, 2017
Lot Number 14
Resin, fiberglass, preserved mylar, steel, and wooden pedestal
Dimensions Variable
Courtesy of The Hole NYC
Accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity

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