Kane’s Golemecha blends Jewish and Japanese mythology.

The sculpmixed media assembly 84x48x60 in judiac folklore a golem is a protector made from mud and sticks. Mecha in japanese culture is a protectors made from advance robotics by combining the two we intend to create a mordern day protector of everything, copnstructuted not only of nature but technology as well. plastic, welded metals rods, wiresmesh, plaster wrap, 3d printed partys, glue, spray paint , borax, banches, roots trees kits. Led kits, prerved moss, and bonsai, copper plating, and patina kits

Garret Kane, an assemblage sculpture artist based in Brooklyn NY and I’d like to take this page to blabber about my pondering’s on what it means to be an artist.

Over the years the word ‘art’ has been the subject of precisely one bazillion arguments. That said, I still think it’s important to jump into the fire and create a philosophy to build upon – a fundamental understanding of what it is you are doing and why you are doing it. Because let’s face it, being an artist can feel quiet ambiguous.

So, for me, art means anything – absolutely anything – that has been manipulated by human beings.

Simply put. Altered natural matter = Art.



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