Project Space Two
Daniel Joglar creates small, unassuming installations that hang on the wall and sit on tables. Made from humble objects taken from school supply stores and offices, Joglar’s assemblages come together through an intuitive logic of material and visual proximity. He aims to create forms that possess a vexing quality, constantly shifting in meaning from one moment to another. Poetic, humorous, and magical, Joglar’s work is nostalgic and optimistic, impossibly simple and unexpectedly complex.
Curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud as part of the Emerging Curators Series.