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David Thorpe

David Thorpe’s central themes are characterized by a striving for autonomy, intellectual concentration and independence. In his work the artist generates an imaginary cosmos, which follows its own laws and allows new thought constructions to develop through its topographies. In the media of drawing, sculpture, installation as well as poetry, Thorpe develops utopian spaces and architectural structures, in which construction and deconstruction manifest them as visions. An important step in …

Fierce Love (Design for Monumental Living)
Wild Life (Design for Monumental Living)
Absorbed Labour in Love Touching
Absorbed Labour in Love Touching
Loved Underground
Wild Body in Joy Growing
Wild Body in Joy Glowing
Loved Underground
Joyous Bodies in Love Gleaming (Arch)
A Rare Beast
Sanderson Emerged
These are Our Bones, Grown then Dressed then Cloaked (hip)
These are Our Bones, Grown then Dressed then Cloaked (vertebrae)
These are Our Bones, Grown then Dressed then Cloaked (patella)
Ecstatic Hangings (4)
Beleaguered Light
A Handsomeness Glaring
Century Guild
The Plague
The Plague
Century Guild
Shadows (3)
Shadows (2)
A and C missile
Raising Hearts
A Weak Light Flickering
A Weak Light Flickering
The invincible general
A Weak Light Flickering
The defeated life restored
The Defeated Life Restored
The defeated life restored
You Are Nothing
The Root cutter
The Colonist
The Axe laid on the Root
History is nothing the world is nothing our love can make us clean
Untitled
A Confederacy of Seekers
Celestial Fires
Good People
Independence Now
House of Auto-destiny, Imaginative Research

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