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American, born 1980
Daniel Gordon turns photography on its head: his large-scale C-prints are of three-dimensional sculptures and tableaus built from digital images gleaned from online sources. Sculpture but not quite sculpture, collage but not quite collage, Gordon’s layered work is intensely transparent and revealing of the artist’s hand, tearing, cutting, and mashing the images together. Calling his practice the “physical manifestation of the Web,” Gordon references a range of tropes with his compositions, from traditional still lifes to grotesque, surrealistic depictions of monsters and nudes.