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Al Freeman

1981 Toronto, Canada

2 Works exhibited

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New York City

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  • About the Artist

Al Freeman (born 1981, Toronto, Canada) makes large-scale soft sculptures depicting quotidian objects such as pencils, soda cans, or a lava lamp, rendering them in malleable tactile materials. Drawing from an endless well of imagery and the further reaches of the internet, Freeman artfully disempowers often male- coded artifacts, finding a formal elegance in the detritus of everyday life. For Under a Loggia, Freeman has created a sequence of brand-new works, immortalizing variously, a shattered mirror and a pack of cigarettes.

 

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2021

152.4 x 100.97 x 5.08 cm

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2021

124.46 x 114.4 x 34.29 cm

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