Dale Goode’s sculptural compositions are culled from materials scavenged from his surroundings. Describing his process, Goode states that “Once I get these substrates built and they’re sturdy enough, I start applying the fabric and different materials—pitchforks, shovels, clothes, shoes, hats, old mop heads I use for hair, sailors’ caps, ice skates, roller skates. I first lay the pieces out before I make them permanent. I position them to where they’re going to look—it’s all spontaneous—and each piece takes on a life of its own.”


  • Title: Untitled
  • Creator: Dale Goode
  • Exhibition Location : Glenville
  • Caption: Dale Goode, Untitled, 2018. Installation view at 1474 E. 112th Street. Commissioned by FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art. Photography by Field Studio.

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