Sculptor Kevin Harman explains how the extraordinary in everyday life inspires him.
Final essay in a series where Scots artists discuss the inspirations behind their art. Sculptor Kevin Harman explains how the extraordinary in everyday life inspires him.
Kevin Harman was born in Edinburgh He works across media, often using the very objects in which he finds his inspiration, as the principle component of his artworks. One of his ongoing projects is the creation of sculpture installations using materials discarded in builders' skips. In Harman's latest commission, 24/7 articles he purchased in twenty four hours spent in a local supermarket were used, over three weeks in his exhibition space, to create a variety of works to be auctioned in an "everything must go sale"? at the end of the show.
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