With his simple minimal sculptures, Gedi Sibony achieves an opening of a new, more complex concept of space. He uses packing materials and mundane objects, such as cardboard, pipes, plastic bags and carpets, to create a poetic interpretation of the surrounding environment, where ordinary objects are elevated to an elegant resourceful existence.
Gedi Sibony received an MFA from Columbia University and has participated in the 2006 Whitney Biennial. He lives and works in New York.
Images Courtesy of Art:Concept, Paris
Video Courtesy of SculpureCenter, New York
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