As a maker, much of Carleton Haack's working process is devoted to understanding materials, and how they communicate his perceived environmental consciousness. Haack's work demonstrates the interjection of humanity on nature and the ever-growing need to expand. Through simulation, social mapping, and text, he aims to initiate questions of concern regarding the human predicament and why we reach the conclusions we do. Most of the scenarios or aesthetics of Haack's work come from direct examples of forced natural occurrences by the human hand.
***Works shown are examples of the artist's style, and some may no longer be available. Please contact the gallery for current availability and pricing.***