Nick Darmstaedter, ‘Tropical Tease’, 2015, Sculpture, Traffic cone, fishing pole, rope, hammer, shelf bracket, soil, watering can, wire, and potted plant, The Still House Group
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Nick Darmstaedter

Tropical Tease, 2015

Traffic cone, fishing pole, rope, hammer, shelf bracket, soil, watering can, wire, and potted plant
67 × 44 × 44 in
170.2 × 111.8 × 111.8 cm
Location
Brooklyn, New York
Nick Darmstaedter
American, b. 1988
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Nick Darmstaedter produces artwork without an affinity to a single medium or material. He is best known for his active involvement with artist-led organization, The Still House Group, founded by Isaac Brest and Alex Perweiler in 2007. Like his Still House peers, Darmstaedter frequently produces works that employ found objects; he states that gathering and sorting are a crucial part of his practice, in which chance also plays a significant role. His works, however, are not readymades, but transformations that emphasize the materials’ physical properties and original forms. Darmstaedter’s works nod to the American Pop and Minimalist movements.

Nick Darmstaedter, ‘Tropical Tease’, 2015, Sculpture, Traffic cone, fishing pole, rope, hammer, shelf bracket, soil, watering can, wire, and potted plant, The Still House Group
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Nick Darmstaedter
American, b. 1988
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Nick Darmstaedter produces artwork without an affinity to a single medium or material. He is best known for his active involvement with artist-led organization, The Still House Group, founded by Isaac Brest and Alex Perweiler in 2007. Like his Still House peers, Darmstaedter frequently produces works that employ found objects; he states that gathering and sorting are a crucial part of his practice, in which chance also plays a significant role. His works, however, are not readymades, but transformations that emphasize the materials’ physical properties and original forms. Darmstaedter’s works nod to the American Pop and Minimalist movements.

Nick Darmstaedter

Tropical Tease, 2015

Traffic cone, fishing pole, rope, hammer, shelf bracket, soil, watering can, wire, and potted plant
67 × 44 × 44 in
170.2 × 111.8 × 111.8 cm
Location
Brooklyn, New York
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