Radigan examines timeless themes such as human existence, our collective history and beauty. The work strives to reinforce notions of humanity through the banal. The images illustrate our ignorance and obliviousness to nature's experiment and our contradictions. Radigan uses parody to display the intersection of ideas and people on the global stage.
Darby Photos, Curator, Harwood Art Center
Radigan’s collages boil with color, scribble, and grit, like automatic writing in paint and shredded images. Aggressive and textured, infused with graffiti and urban stenciling, his often-political concoctions can read multiple ways. Starting as glyphs, they move ultimately into the realm of coded agit-prop for a world populated by soldiery, monsters, and distortions.
Tyler Anderson, Outpost Performance Space