Where I see a boy scout’s backpack, sewing machine parts and old musical instruments,
sees bodies for sculptures; the beginnings of a story – in this case about escape and discovery.
Brotherton uses wood, glass, welded steel, concrete and unusual found objects to share his dystopian view of pop culture. Perhaps you will find the work dark and uncomfortable – don’t let that stop you from exploring the art. Each piece is meticulously detailed and expertly executed – worthy of study and contemplation.