With Duchamp’s Readymade sensibility, Claes Oldenburg’s humor, and Warholian repetition, Joshua King executes his work with a clean modern aesthetic and an unexpected bit of spiritualism. Rooted in the everyday, King’s sculptures achieve a palate cleansing purity through the juxtaposition of a singular tone with a multitudinous form. There is a new intensity and expression in Joshua’s rendering of everyday objects. He masterfully questions our relationship to the world, yet he is not confrontational in the least. The work is more inspirational than critical. It is a modernist’s pursuit of perfect beauty in a composition of life.