Scottish sculptor David Mach thrives on the concept of taking everyday materials and collectively transforming them into extraordinary objects. From wire hangers to matchsticks, the artist produces small- and large-scale temporary installations in attempts to find new meaning in everyday, found objects. In these mountainous installations, Mach sculpted seas of old magazines into giant, swirling waves that appear to be consuming all kinds of objects, from old cars to large pieces of furniture.

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