by Michelle Wilding in New Art on Thursday 28 July 2011

I’ve been intrigued by assemblage art of late. Just like Jocelyn Marsh, Taylor Baldwin’s work leaves a lasting impression on me.

The Virginia-based artist uses his energy to make sculptural assemblages out of handmade objects. ‘I am interested in how inert, inanimate objects can resonate meaning in the mind’, he says. ‘I like piecing together ideas that may be rationally incongruent, but feel by some mysterious criteria to belong in the same narrative’.
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