Sculptureaday (SAD) was conceived by artist Sara Graham and art writer Bryne McLaughlin in 2008 to demystify—or perhaps re-mystify—contemporary artmaking from the margins of workaday life. It started five years later as an online artist project. Specializing in found sculptural circumstances, spontaneously constructed fantasies and otherwise unexpected observations in the urban world, sad’s growing list of special contributors includes artists Matthew Beattie, Reece Terris, Greg Snider, Brian Lye, Jennifer Dorner, Jo-Anne Balcaen, Earl Miller, FASTWÜRMS, Steven Laurie, Christof Migone, Jade Rude, Judy Jheung, Michael McCormack, James Partaik & Andrew McPhail , Dean Garlick and Walter Willems
SAD thanks past contributors Liz Knox, Craig Leonard, Aaron Weldon, Felicia E. Gail, Lisa Neighbour, Becka Viau, Annie Dunning, Daniel Martin, David Poolman, Kerri Reid, Donna Akrey, Doug Lewis, Jesse Birch & Jesse Gray, Michael McCormack, for all of their observations.
Sculptureaday adjective. 1. not special, unusual, or interesting: ordinary 2. relating to sculpture or one’s everyday vernacular
I would love to partake in the future. I have hundreds of pictures related to your project. Lemme know if you are ever interested.
Jade, I sent you an email.
Hi, love the ideas behind this project! Been thinking about a lot of the same things for a while now, when passing by objects on urban walks. It’s great to see that someone else has already manifested these ideas and photos into a project. I have many photos that embody the ideas you discussed. Like Jade, I would love to contribute some photos, if at all possible!
Hey Luke, Let’s connect? Please send an email to email@example.com.