My current enquiry focuses on condensing human dynamism into a sculptural form, framing it through a post human lens. Classical Dynamism consists of a stainless steel form placed atop a marble monolith, I wish to investigate how we can learn about ourselves through the artifacts we leave behind.
“George pairs his finely finished metal pieces with an old leather basketball, a bowl of pretzels or an elegant marble coffee table with a crude iron weight. Sturdy, but energetic, Georges works are interactive, restless and even kinetic.”
Ana Bambic Kostov – Widewalls 2016
“In this troubled world of earthquakes, floods, wars and global warming, it is a sheer delight to find a dedicated sculptor with such an ironic sense of humour and a highly developed sense of the ridiculous.
While Martin George can undoubtedly make a totally convincing piece of modernist sculpture, viewable from all directions and immaculately constructed, he also likes in catching the spectator unawares. Things are frequently not quite as they first seem.”
Ken Scarlett OAM extracted from Solo Show Berlin 2016, Kraftwerk.
ArtPark Sculpture Exhibition Sydney