"My works are a culmination of the natural and the manmade - a careful balance of form and motion.”
New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster draws upon the physical landscape of home with his static, stylised figurative works mirroring the dramatic forms of the mountains which are his backdrop. His artistic practice serves as a vehicle through which he explores human interaction with the land and the animals with which we share our lives and spaces.
The stark geometry of Foster’s sculptural practice reveals the artist’s ongoing quest for achieving perfection. Shaping familiar objects into smooth, generic beings, Foster’s figures resist any psychological insight.