Alexander Glass

In Too Deep pt.I & II is a physical representation of a desire for what is out of reach. Combining seductive aesthetics and the imagery of longing, the sculptural work aims to describe the relationship between distance and aspiration.

Alexander Glass (b.1992) is a Sculptor living and working in London. His work explores the tense relationship between the ideas of masculinity and desire through the re-presentation of iconic imagery that speaks of the potent male body. Recent shows include ‘Notes on Queerness’ - The Royal Standard - Liverpool & ‘A Body is A Building’ Bloc Projects Billboard Commission - Sheffield. Glass is a graduate of the Royal College of Art’s MA Fine Art Sculpture programme in 2017.