- Caroline Kurze
Andy Ralph’s works allude to an evolving narrative of distorted domesticity that straddles the line between function and fiction, comfort and eeriness, subjectivity and banality. Often employing basic household objects and products typically found in discount or hardware stores, he transforms individual, unassuming commodities with a humble function into the most improbable things. Our favorite is ‘Arrrgghhh!!’, a sculpture made of toy rubber sharks, super glue, and a basketball hoop. Which one do you like best?