Lukas Easton

Through a range of mediums, including ceramics and video I engage with individual and collective entanglement, critique human behavior, and promote personal responsibility and compassion. The ceramic vessel has been a common format in my practice. More recently, I am exploring the potential of sculpture, space, and video. What remains consistent in my work is a use of narrative across surface and form. Whether it's carved imagery or monumental sculpture, I place singular objects together to create conversation and relationships through proximity. The space allowed by proximity gives the viewer room to layer their own experiences and conceptions with my work.

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