An artist trained by the woods of Maine, the work of Logan is best described as fusion of life and death with a notion of time as the ultimate orchestrator of all things. Drawing from the mysteries of the past; from the desiccated roots of a great first growth tree, or the corroded vertebra and skull of a deer that died winters past, he works specifically with the anatomy of what once lived. Creating relics of organic systems that mimic concepts fossilized within our cultural zeitgeist he generate questions about how we live and die and what it means to be human. The visceral way Logan works is purely reactionary to the materials being worked, growing and dying in each moment to be transmuted in a constantly evolving cycle of the unending process that we are all subject to.
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