About Josh Garber
Josh Garber’s sculptures incorporate commercially manufactured metal objects, such as nails, screws, nuts, and bolts into rhythmic three-dimensional forms, the surfaces of which feature haptic textures. Inspired by cellular forms, Garber treats his materials as a sort of genetic substrate to the larger compositions. He contrasts the mechanistic production of his materials with the undulating and quasi-organic forms of the sculptures. The objects’ limbs spill out like tendrils and enfold back inside the object, creating dynamic relations between the positive and negative space within each sculpture.
Canadian, b. 1963