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John Frame: Sculpting visual poetry

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Published on Mar 11, 2012

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John Frame's stop motion animation films of small-scale characters built from wood and found objects are visual poetic masterpieces. They explore the old questions of life such as where did we come from, what do we do while we're here, and what happens when we leave. Frame recounts his personal evolution as an artist to reveal the journey that culminated in the startling and provocative art he produces today.

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ABOUT JOHN FRAME: John Frame has been making sculpture since the 1980s, exploring the human condition through his work. Recently, he has focused on creating The Tale of the Crippled Boy, a sculptural world that appears in his short film, Three Fragments of a Lost Tale. Those who review Frame's work suggest that its appeal lies in his propensity to probe the deep questions of life without arriving at easy answers.

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