Artist Creates Impromptu Consumer Product Sculptures Between the Aisles of Big Box Stores

Combining elements of sculpture, performance art and photography, artist Carson Davis Brown, creates monochromatic, consumer product sculptures built spontaneously in big box stores across the United States and photographs them before they are removed by store employees. The series titled "Mass", examines the narratives of larger social structures by dismantling the landscape those narratives exist in and then re-assembling it. “As a visual artist working with film and photography,” Brown says, “Mass was a response to over-stimulation I felt in a retail environment as I was concepting for a commercial project. It became a chance to explore the colors and forms we interact with every day.”

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