Daniel Gordon, 2012
Pink Ladies and Pears
Daniel Gordon’s work displays a kaleidoscope of colours, forms, and textures. Gordon uses his own photographs alongside images that he finds on Internet to construct three-dimensional still lifes. Although familiar with Photoshop, he mostly physically cuts and pastes in the studio. Daniel Gordon does not hide the construction behind his work but rather emphasizes it. The paper structure of the fruit is distinctly visible. A drop of glue remains visible on the rim of the fruit bowl, a silent witness of his creative practice.
© Daniel Gordon, courtesy of the Foam Collection