Born 1963
Lives and works in Los Angeles

Dave Hullfish Bailey moves with dazzling skill between different systems: the world of materials and their influence on our way of sensing and acting; the realm of objects as already constituted things; and language as our method of describing what we see, feel and think. In his work, Bailey shows the possible interrelations between all these ways of making the world, constructing a universe in which all elements are equally important, and where the material and the immaterial dance together in order to make us reflect on how meaning moves between them. Bailey's research-based approach is inherently experimental and speculative and the material form his work takes is inextricably a part of its conceptual subject. (taken from: Chus Martínez 'Dave Hullfish Bailey' in Creamier, Phaidon 2010)


Dave Hullfish Bailey 
Untitled #05, from the series: Unboxing the library 
2007 / 2010 
Inkjet Prints 
Each 40 x 40 cm / 15,7 x 15,7 in  
Ed. 3 + 1 AP