Artist Boss - Exhibition, Pool at The Cut, Halesworth, Suffolk, UK
2018-12-21T11:12:53Z (GMT) by
Pool was conceived at Anthony Caro's studio as a name for group discussions among Caro's studio assistants and invited guests. The focus was sculpture in a contemporary context. Pool artists will present new work at The Cut.
(from the exhibition pamphlet)
This exhibition is a part of Artist Boss -- a research project which includes a publication, exhibitions and a series of events about sculptural legacy.
This item contains example images of the below artists' work displayed in the exhibition:
Neil Ayling - Lanier Road (2016), Sculpture: Pinhole exposure, photographic paper, plywood, Dimensions: 81 x 33 x 3 cm
The Cut (2016), Scaffolding, shrink wrap, projector, camera, Dimensions: 220 x 152 x 208 cm
Claire Baily - Majorette (2016), Sculpture: Copper and jesmonite, Dimensions: 148 x 65 x 10 cm
Olivia Bax - Pow (2016), Sculpture: Paper, paint, PVA, plaster, celotex, armature wire, silicone, Dimensions: 243 x 163 x 39 cm
Pow Pow (2016), Sculpture: Paper, paint, PVA, plaster, celotex, armature wire, silicone, Dimensions: 234 x 290 x 178 cm
Rafael Blasco Ciscar - Asfixia (Vent V) (2016), Sculpture: Riveted aluminium, Dimensions: 105 x 202 x 23 cm
Jean-Philippe Dordolo - Trockenlandschaft (2016), Sculpture: Resin, fiberglass and pigment, Dimensions: 43 x 31 x 3 cm
Gleich wie Kereel Blumenkrants (2015), Film: Digital recording of performance, Duration: 8 minutes 37 seconds (Film still)
Jenny Dunseath - Untitled (buffers) (2016), Sculpture: Reactive-dye digitally printed cotton/polyester fabrics, polyester filling and sand, Dimensions: 190 x 32 x 50 cm
Sophie Hoyle - Excavation (2016), Film: HD video with stereo sound, Duration: 7 minutes 45 seconds (Film still)
Hywel Livingstone - Wall piece scatter (2016), Sculpture:
Stainless steel, Dimensions: 17 x 19 x 8 cm
Wall piece climber (2016), Sculpture: Stainless steel, Dimensions: 34 x 22 x 18.5 cm
After the Flagellation (2016), Sculpture: Stainless steel and cable ties, Dimensions: 118 x 32 x 208 cm
John Wallbank - Untitled (2014), Sculpture: Polyurethane, paper, acrylic paint, hardboard, wood, Dimensions: 122 x 78 x 44 cm
Untitled (2013), Sculpture: Plywood, paper, acrylic paint, Dimensions: 80 x 40 x 5 cm
Images courtesy of the artists.
'Apart, a part' text from the exhibition pamphlet shared by permission of author Brendan Prendeville.