The Absurdly Elongated Sculptural Objects of the Dufala Brothers

The Dufala Brothers have a talent for the surreal, making cutting edge questions that have been elongated and stretched into abstract versions of shoes, household appliances, and tools. The imaginative works copy the first protests so well that it is hard to isolate the two in one’s brain, for example, a Chuck Taylor that is made so long it overlays on top of oneself, and a bolt made for a key that is four times the standard size.

The Philadelphia team investigate this misrepresented scale with diversion, using an assortment of media, for example, mold, theater, execution, computerized media, and attracting their joined practice. Both graduated from thePennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and are represented by Fleisher/Ollman Gallery in Philadelphia where they currently reside. You can see more of the pair’s absurd works on their website.

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Source: thisiscolossal, via postmodern.jpg & thnx, Tim!

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