Sculptor Bradley Borthwick deploys unmatched technical skill and exquisite craftsmanship in work that offers deeply researched commentary on contemporary social and environmental concerns. His interdisciplinary practice combines historical research, material experimentation, performance, and film documentation, and he explores sophisticated conceptual ideas through stone carving, woodworking, wax molding, and working leather. Themes of place, time, and memory shape his work, giving voice and materiality to the distant past and its relationship to the present. His more recent work explores themes of environmental and technological change. Borthwick has been invited to an impressive quantity of juried group and solo shows, including a prominent exhibition at the prestigious DeCordova New England Biennial in 2019. Borthwick received his M.F.A. in sculpture from Cornell University and his B.A. in landscape architecture from the University of Guelph.