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Robot Geisha: Surreal Sculptures by Sean Madden

Published Jul 23, 2014

UK-based artist Sean Madden, aka Robot Geisha, creates interestingly bizarre sculptures.

“My work has veered towards a kind of three dimensional collage. Mainly incorporating plastic toys and PVC figures along with anything I find that can be rethought or recycled into something interesting and new.

There are many influences that inspire. Robots, sex and machinery all seem to feature heavily as do children’s nursery rhymes and fairy tales. I spend a lot of time trawling the net and second hand stores in search of the ‘right’ pieces of weird and wonderful junk that now dominate our visual and physical experience.”

– Sean Madden

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