NOW REPRESENTING: RY DAVID BRADLEY
Sullivan+Strumpf is delighted to announce its representation of Ry David Bradley
Born in Australia and based in London, Bradley is known for his process-based practice, which investigates the nature of painting in an era where the boundaries between picture, video, and virtual reality are increasingly blurred.
Sullivan+Strumpf, founders and directors, Joanna Strumpf and Ursula Sullivan said Bradley is an artist at the forefront of exploration into the impact of digital technologies on contemporary art.
“The discussion about our digital age has been difficult for artists to approach, but Ry’s work stands out for addressing the theme with visual sophistication. His complex works examine the way we see the present – in relation to the past and future – in a way that is visually intriguing and beautiful,” said Ursula Sullivan.
“Ry has extensive knowledge of the history of art and painting and is ambitious to progress the fundamentals of this wonderful, but fraught medium. His current use of tapestry as the vehicle for this is a brilliant tangent in the conversation.”
Ry David Bradley (b. 1979, Melbourne, Australia) is one of the artists at the forefront of new artistic theories and practices exploring the impact of digital technologies on contemporary art and society. Painting becomes a product of technology as much as a conscious act from the artist.