Joshua Clark: Hollow Horns
In this body of work Clark is interested in phenomena that can be understood emotively, but rarely translated into spoke word quite correctly. Clark wants to explore the psychology in encountering both the familiar and strange. There is a gap between how the world is presented to us, and how we then perceive it. A reality that can only be approached, but never fully understood, and while no concrete meaning can be received, one can orbit close enough to come away with something meaningful.
Work is for sale and priced as marked. The price of the work includes ROY’s 35% commission which is invested back into the gallery supporting emerging artists.