Australian sculptor and producer Daniel Agdag (formerly) builds fictional architectural objects that can find their homes in the sky, on land or under the sea.
Cardboard, wood and hand-inflated glass structures are inspired by the hidden mechanics found in everyday industrial forms and consist of miniature fans, gears and pumps
Inflated balloons like The Southeasterly carry small ship-like ships, and a 2018 study titled
Second State looks like an early roller coaster model complete with billboard-like signs that explain the word “LUCKY”
His latest solo exhibition was held on June 30, 2019 at Messums in Wilshire, and the sculptures selected from the exhibition will visit the Gallery’s London location in July.