Brad Haylock brings his political perspective to Chapter House Lane from 2 May – 2 June, 2013 with the new exhibition, Smells Like Community Spirit.
This new body of work extends the artist’s interest in public address and critical citizenship. Its points of reference are the DIY utopianism of 70s self-build architecture, the totalitarianism of public sculpture, a Situationist reading of Josef Albers’ Interaction of Color, the modular furniture of architect Fritz Haller, and anti-skateboarding devices.
Brad Haylock is an artist and graphic designer, whose practice also spans writing, curation and publishing. Brad is a lecturer at Monash Art Design & Architecture, and is the founding editor of Surpllus, an independent publisher of printed matter pertaining to critical and speculative practices.
See Brad Haylock’s website here.