A hand-painted wooden sculpture based on theories of randomness and chance but with a playful element, bringing to mind the idea of childsplay and games. Alan's sculptures are mounted onto a wooden base which screws directly into the wall and is easy to install.
Alan Franklin’s drawings and sculptures are a playful exploration of materials and processes, as well as of our perception. Proceeding from a simple strategy and at times the result of laborious repetition, Alan manages to move the familiar towards the delightfully unexptected, creating artful, intriguing and often profoundly meditative pieces of work. “I have long had an interest in chance and the unpredictable; deviations from an intended perfection, those accidental wobbles. Life is full of them and as much the maker of our destiny as our own design. We strive increasingly for perfection and with ever more sophisticated technology to eliminate the errors. Yet our very existence is t ...
More from Alan Franklin