In Paige Silvermans sculptural practice functional objects like tools and columns loose their utility to form a kind of humorous nihilism.
With a mix of ready-mades, perishables and carefully crafted objects she creates dialectic loops to connect with or get lost in.
In 2018 Paige Silverman presented the solo exhibition Tips on Crying at Chainlink Gallery in Los Angeles. She has also participated in shows at various venues including Gallery Also and 212 Mandarin Plaza in L.A., So What Space in Brooklyn, NY as well as an open air show at Mellon Udridgle Beach in Scotland as part of the Mohr Farr Residency. She was awarded the Vermont Studio Center Merit Grant in 2018 and the Outstanding Achievement Contemporary Sculpture Award from the International Sculpture Center in Philadelphia in 2012.