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Bradford's sculpture is an investigation into process and material. The forms are perforated and bloated. Torn and shredded. Vacant, hallow, and pillowing. They are twisted and mangled. They ooze and pop. Bleached. Washed. Stained. They are suggestions of the human experience. Often coated in heavy glaze, plaster, tar, paint, and foam, the forms explore figurative and conceptual forms of the vessel. An fusion of materials projects the ideas of nature, and the body, all contained in the vessel. 

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