These fascinating mechanisms by Dan Grayber climb walls to install themselves, wedge themselves into wall cracks, around corners and into cavities, and suspend themselves.
Dan Grayber received his BA in Visual Arts from Hampshire College and his MFA in Sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute. His work has been shown at several galleries nationally. He was the recipient of the Harold E. Weiner Memorial Award. Dan lives and works in San Francisco.
"My sculptures are invented only to sustain themselves, functioning as self-resolving problems. The result is an object that has been invented only to compensate for the complications created by its own existence. The piece alone represents the need and the resolution."