Machine Vitrine

Many of Dan Grayber's sculptures are small, spring loaded, mechanical objects designed and fabricated to  wedge themselves into the inside of a cavity (the glass dome in this case), suspending themselves. Dan's sculptures are invented only to sustain themselves, functioning as self-resolving problems.  The result is an object that has been invented only to compensate for the complications created by its own existence.
Find out more about Dan's work here.