James Boman

My art practice is about creating machines and objects that are self-defeating and that play with the viewer’s expectations; in the past I have made things from mostly found objects, merging them together to create strange/dysfunctional/odd assemblages. Recently my work has become more technical and precise, exploring laser cutting in various materials such as wood and acrylic.

It is a fantastic opportunity for me to work amongst students in the creative environment of the Art School. During my time at the School, I would like to hone my making/ fabricating skills, expand my knowledge of better quality materials and apply more traditional techniques to my practice such as: wood carving, whittling and joinery.​



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