Bradley’s practice depicts a world in which we argue with the past and contemplate its unrealised potential. A world in which ideologies of wholeness and harmony are disrupted with deviance and the taboo. The hollow pleasures of war and violence are recognized as an inherent social impulse, which provide entry in confronting the past and the ethical mapping of the contemporary. As a reaction to the motivation in victim, perpetrator and rescuer his practice contemplates the relationships within religion, race and power. Utilising as material; myth, objects, philosophies, and histories his methods recontextualize and contemplate the possibility of the absolution of guilt and creating empathy through human effort. Through strategies of appropriation, juxtaposition and projection his methods characteristically involve marginalized techniques, the remaining sediments are later transformed in his practice into what he proposes is a “passive-aggressive landscape”. This area helps situate his practice to engage dark ecological philosophies and American cultural traditions. The schism between how we perceive these landscapes and how objects reacts to them is fraught with suspicion. To relieve this strain, Bradley creates new discourse by combining intimate personal histories against the larger historical records. Tracing his desires we are supplied with means of understanding successful and lasting aesthetics, and the ability to forecast subsequent changes within the anthropocene.
Bradley Foisset has participated in various group and solo exhibitions including "Monarch" (Chan + Hori Contemporary, 2018) "Peculiar Textures"(Gallerie Steph ARTSPACE@Helutrans 2015), “Cam Biasa” (Art One 21, 2014), and Asia’s largest art platform with "Singapore Art Stage 2013"(Singapore Institute of Contemporary Art, Marina Bay Sands). In addition, his works has also been showcased in numerous exhibitions and art fairs abroad, including Israel, Norway, China, Vietnam, Indonesia and the United States of America. His works have been featured in galleries, shopping centres (including Singapore's highest echelon - Ion at Orchard, Scott's Square, Lomography Embassy and Tang's), discussed and featured in forums, on printed and online medias.
Bradley Foisset holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from LASALLE College of the Arts / Goldsmiths University of London (First Class Honours, Summa Cum Laude, Presidents Award, McNally Award Fine Arts Representative). He is also a recipient of the Winston Oh Travel Award (Mekong Delta, Vietnam). Growing up in downtown Buffalo he graduated from The Buffalo Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts (Photography 1997).