Daniel Agdag


Hand-cut cardboard, framed on Tasmanian oak wood and museum glass
71.5 x 51.5 x 5 cm
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Daniel Adgag

About the artist

Daniel Agdag’s works are mechanical manifestations of his thoughts, feelings and ideas told through narratives hidden in the details of his work. They appear as structural, social or mechanical systems. They are often described as “architectural in form, whimsical in nature and inconceivably intricate.”

His process is one of simplification, working intuitively without detailed plans or drawings. It all begins with an amorphous idea from which he builds a piece that gradually takes shape. Thus, he eliminates and reworks elements as he creates the final work, often resulting in unusual structures. Agdag’s preference for reduced tools and materials allows him to be agile in his creative method. In addition, the lack of color offers limitless and interesting possibilities for delineating textures and surfaces. In his opinion, this simplicity allows for the enormous complexity of his work.

He has had solo exhibitions in Melbourne, New York and London, and has participated in several local and international art fairs, including Melbourne Art Fair, Sydney Contemporary, Art Central Hong Kong, VOLTA Basel and Art Fair Tokyo. His work is in private collections in the United States, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia and Europe.