Best known for his abstract sculptural forms, created through the alteration and repetition of found objects, Paul Edmunds's meticulous and understated artworks are not only a delicate aestheticization of quotidian materials, but the end product of a painstaking, cumulative creative process. Often clocking thousands of hours to create a single sculpture, his laborious methods are as significant to the work as the
materials he uses, which include cable ties, PVC wire, and shredded magazine pages. Edmunds's work has been exhibited internationally, including exhibitions such as Impressions from South Africa: Printed Art, 1960s to Now at the Museum of Modern Art in 2011. In 2007, he received the Tollman Award, given annually to an emerging South African artist.