20.02.17 by Staff

“Shroud” by Artist Douglas Goldberg

Alarm Clock

 

Love this series! New York-based artist Douglas Goldberg covers everyday objects beneath drape-like coverings sculpted from stone. Each of the concealed items, ranging from night-lights to a pill bottle, symbolize one of Goldberg’s personal fears. See more images from “Shroud” below or on display at Ulterior Gallery until February 26th.

 

Rotisserie Forks (Hell)

 

 

Canary

 

 

Picture Hanging Screws

 

 

Nightlight

 

 

Nightlight

 

 

Nightlight II

 

 

Nightlight II

 

 

Painkillers

 

 

Painkillers

 

 

Painkillers

 

Microphone

 

 

 

 

Douglas Goldberg’s Website

Douglas Goldberg at Ulterior Gallery

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  • Topher Knoll

    I love this too! It the mystery behind the material brings up a lot of questions and feelings. I like the fear aspect a lot too.
    -Topher
    http://culturehog.com

  • BKLYN DICTATOR™

    yes, this is very interesting http://www.thebionicgold.com





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