Dominic Harris, ‘Dopey | Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’, 2015, Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design
Dominic Harris, ‘Dopey | Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’, 2015, Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design
Dominic Harris, ‘Dopey | Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’, 2015, Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design

Individual work sold, full set still available.
The youngest dwarf, Dopey is innocence personified. Always tripping over his sleeves and trailing behind the others, Dopey communicates with sign language, ear wiggling and cheerful nods.
The world’s a playground to Dopey, who embodies childhood’s joyfulness, and only the loss of Snow White can make him lose his lopsided grin.

Dopey is constantly moving and finds it hard to stay still. He jumps and bounces around even when alone. Often waiting for the next viewer to come over and play with him. Enjoying the attention of those that pass by, Dopey puts on his usual comical performance for the crowd; fooling about and pulling poses for his audience. Moments of heightened excitement are shown through his manic waving of both hands.

Signature: Signed certificate by artist

Solo Exhibition "Celebrating 5 year anniversary of Dominic Harris' works by Priveekollektie" October-November 2016; Art Miami 2015; The Salon Art + Design New York 2015; Art Monte-Carlo 2016; The Salon Art + Design New York 2016

About Dominic Harris

Since establishing Cinimod Studio, a multi-disciplinary, London-based practice in 2007, artist and designer Dominic Harris has gained international attention for his digitally-driven works of interactive art. Harris has devoted recent years to seamlessly blending natural phenomena with complex code through integrated electronics and innovative fabrication techniques. Inspired by the architectural interventions of James Turrell and Dan Flavin, Dominic offers viewers a sublime experience of their surrounding environment in his surreal installations that wryly illuminate the effect of digital culture on human perception in the information age. One of the artist’s most ambitious pieces invited participants to wildly gesture or attempt to change their own heart rate, which would in turn light up the London Eye.

British, b. 1976, based in London, United Kingdom