The aim of Kael Stasce’s practice is to explore the relationship between visual perception and physical experience when viewing works of art. Using a minimal approach, Stasce investigates our relationship to objects and our understanding of space.
Creating from what is intentional and what is circumstance, Make do presents a series of abstract sculptures and assemblages using sheet metal, paint, wood, steel, wire, road signs, and discarded or found components. Characteristic of Stasce’s practice, he consolidates materials, tools, and knowledge to formulate unlikely pairings and playful materiality. As a study of process and convention, Make do challenges the borders between common practise and adhockery.