Most of David Jensz's work consists of abstract sculptures that convey the concept of balance in form. He assembles materials, each akin to words with individual meanings, into sentences to convey new meanings, expanding the language of sculpture through common everyday objects or discarded materials.
In addition to combining various materials to narrate stories, David also captivates viewers by seamlessly blending materials with vastly different properties, creating entirely new forms of art that convey both individual narratives and the complexities of contemporary sculpture.
In his Spatial Conundrum series, result of the MATDOT Art Center's 2023 Art Residency program, David explores space and time in the Universe. He envisions his role as an external observer, observing the rapid movement of everything, using materials molded from yellow-golden wax from a candle that was made as an offering for the temple to accompany a prayer or meditation. This results in the crafting of captivating, unfamiliar shapes that disclose the commonplace when examined up close.
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