An Autumn Walk in the Belle Epoch of Perestroika (Meta-Tinguely)
An Autumn Walk in the Belle Epoch of Perestroika (Meta-Tinguely)
An Autumn Walk in the Belle Epoch of Perestroika (Meta-Tinguely)
An Autumn Walk in the Belle Epoch of Perestroika (Meta-Tinguely)
An Autumn Walk in the Belle Epoch of Perestroika (Meta-Tinguely)
An Autumn Walk in the Belle Epoch of Perestroika (Meta-Tinguely)

© Eduard Bersudsky / Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre. Image credit: Sergey Jakovsky, courtesy of the artist's estate

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A metal carriage constructed of found materials. Despite fast movement of countless wheels and cogs, galloping horse and walking shoes, nothing really sets off and the machinery does not move forward. This all happens by a careless whispering of a melody in the background.

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Title

An Autumn Walk in the Belle Epoch of Perestroika (Meta-Tinguely)

Date

1990–1991

Medium

mixed media

Measurements

H 306.5 x W 381 x D 122 cm

Accession number

S.366

Acquisition method

on long-term loan to Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, Glasgow

Work type

Sculpture

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