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High Planes
High Planes
High Planes
High Planes
High Planes

© the artist. Photo credit: Senate House, University of London

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'High Planes', a constructed 'wall-object', can be described as being a dialogue between painting and sculpture, with a mathematical basis. In 1989–90, as the Council for National Academic Awards offices were refurbished, a wall was created against which the work could be mounted. It later worked well displayed high on a grand wall on Carlton House Terrace, before moving to the University of London.

Senate House, University of London

London


Date

1974

Medium

wood & paint

Measurements

H 250 x W 120 x D (?) cm

Accession number

PM-0003

Acquisition method

transferred from the Council for National Academic Awards to the University of London

Work type

Sculpture


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Senate House, University of London

Malet St Bloomsbury , London, Greater London WC1E 7HU England

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