The visual works of Graham Skeate combine method and automation with classical practices and poetics of form. The mixtures of these elements weave their way through formula, practice, awareness, and chance to address the fundamentals of sculpture, the role of the artist, and of artmaking itself.
Separately, his written and sound works span poetic verse, surreal prose, dramas, long narratives, conceptual acts, and instrumental compositions. He makes use of abstract and spontaneous methods to mosaic autobiographical themes, confrontations with identity, desire, and relationships. His cycles and operatic narratives for sound and stage meld sound, spoken-word, art-song, and theatre.
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