Bradley Gay (b. 1987) is an abstract and conceptual visual artist based in Washington, DC known for his work involving the juxtaposition of natural mechanics and the introduction of new processes and media; thus, facilitating the emergence of experimentation and the release from the confines of theory. While creating as a child, Bradley felt a presence around him that not only required listening, but also translating. To him, art is the language of the unspoken; therefore, Bradley’s objective is to communicate this paradigm in an abstract context while providing an experience for the viewer, be that strikingly uncomfortable, profoundly memorable, or simply void of contact.
Most recently, he is expanding upon his process via architectural media implementation and appropriation to color palette manipulation, while studying the oscillation of the fluidity, balance, and drama of destruction, reconstruction, metaphorical matter, and subliminal isolation. Furthermore, his current practices focus on environmental awareness, meteorological and physical processes, and natural phenomena.