My lovely wife will be starting her own hatha yoga classes starting march 20th. 10$ a class. The studio is located at ontario st and broadway… Please feel free to pass this info on to anyone you may think would be interested!
All the images are made from cardboard ~ boxboard to be precise. They are cut into intricate pieces using a surgical scalpel (blade Nº.11) and assembled intuitively by hand using a plain well known brand of wood glue, without detailed plans or drawings. The process is akin to sketching with cardboard.
Melbourne-based artist and filmmaker Daniel Agdad has been working hard away at his craft of making tiny and intricate models and sculptures out of cardboard, and he is now putting on his very first solo exhibition.
Using the word “intricate” to describe the latest work by Agdad does not sum up the magnitude that is his series called ‘Sets for a Film I’ll Never Make.’ Using mainly cardboard and PVA glue Agdad creates miniature structures and and experiments all off the top of his head. No planning is made and Agdad improvises as he goes along.
Daniel Agdad also happens to be an award-winning stop-motion film maker and you can see his new series of work on display on the 26th of October in Melbourne’s northern suburb of Collingwood.