Daniel Postellon – at the confluence of human and nature

I am reviewed in the Rusyn Art blog.

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The Pedvale Open-Air Art Museumin Latvia will be hosting the 7th International Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art this June. It is an important academic  and a globally-oriented event that, among other things, enables contemporary artists in the field to work together and to contribute their ideas to the discussion about the influence of the sculptural iron casting on contemporary art and landscape transformation. One of the permanent exhibits will be constructed on-site, drawing an inspiration from a Japanese land art movement Mono-Ha, by a sculptor born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

For Postellon, the sources of creativity are innumerable: cosmic events, art movements, science, history, geography, religion, works of other artists. His work is thoroughly premeditated, it is informed, and in its attempt at representation, it becomes metaphorical, layered. The very act of combining natural and artificial materials enables him to draw from the position of humans as part of nature, but…

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One thought on “Daniel Postellon – at the confluence of human and nature

  1. Thanks for forwarding this most interesting article, Dan! I didn’t realize it was coming so soon! Nor did I realize your grandmother was from within 15 miles of the area. How long are you planning to be there? I’m so glad I was able to attend your show so I’m more familiar with your work, and hope you keep us posted while you’re there, perhaps. In the meantime, I hope to make it to song circle (although probably not this time)! Be well!

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