Sets for a Film I’ll Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

Sets for a Film Ill Never Make: The Unbelievably Intricate Cardboard Sculptures of Daniel Agdag sculpture paper cardboard

If you ask Melbourne-based artist Daniel Agdag what he does, he’ll tell you that he makes things out of cardboard. However this statement hardly captures the absurd complexity and detail of his boxboard and PVA glue sculptures that push the limits of the medium. Agdag is an award-winning creator of stop-motion films and this new series of work, Sets for a Film I’ll Never Make, feature a number of his structural experiments which he refers to simply as “sketching with cardboard”. Miraculously, each work is created without detailed plans or drawings and are almost wholly improvised as he works. You can see these latest sculptures at Off the Kerb Gallery starting October 26, 2012 in Melbourne‚Äôs inner north suburb of Collingwood.

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