27.05.11 by Jeff

Daniel Eatock

Various works by Daniel Eatock.

Artist Daniel Eatock

Fall and Rise
One coloured balloon (filled with a breath) suspended from the ceiling from white ribbon, a second ballon (filled with helium) fixed to the floor floating up on a white ribbon. The two balloons gently touch each other at approximately head height.

Artist Daniel Eatock

Wall Shelves Supported by the Objects they Bear
Dimensions variable (objects are selected and stacked so the space between each shelf is identical)
wooden shelves, metal bracket, and miscellaneous items collected from the immediate vicinity of the gallery.

Artist Daniel Eatock

One Pin Notice
A4 80gsm pale blue copier paper with laser printed text.

Artist Daniel Eatock

Audacious Postcard
Digital print on 215gsm glossy card stock.

Artist Daniel Eatock

Display Book Shelf
MDF shelf, 6 feet long, 1 foot wide, 3/4 inch thick, resting on two metal brackets displaying books borrowed from Belk Library. The shelf sags under the weight of its contents in a graceful arc, the top edges of all the books are perfectly flush as a result of a conscious selection of volumes chosen to accommodate (or compensate for) the arc of the sagging shelf.

Artist Daniel Eatock

Resting on Both Surfaces
One colored balloon (filled with helium) resting on the underneth surface of a glass top table, a second balloon of a different color filled with breath (exhaled by a member of the gallery staff) resting on the tables top surface.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Really great work, I like how they consider the installation process as an integral part of the work

  • Very cool photo’s… so neat and original…

    Take care,

  • Dyland

    I think this is the same guy that created Indexhibit. Very cool

  • Jesse

    these are fascinating

  • All of them are really cool.

  • C

    do you delete comments?

  • Love the bookshelf!

  • Very nice work. I like the trial and error holes in One Pin Notice

  • great photos here. good work :D

  • MUS

    :)

  • you’re incredible; im jealous.

  • I absolutely loved “Display Book Shelf.” It blew my mind. I would display that in my home with pride.

  • Dave Himmelblau

    This is some really clever work! I like it. Something really elegant about it.





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