© Anish Kapoor. All rights reserved, DACS 2024. Image credit: Allan Pollok-Morris. Courtesy of Jupiter Artland

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'Suck' is a precipitous, and seemingly endless, curved metal chute intruding into the earth like a subterranean flume. Set amidst Jupiter Artland’s woodland, the chute is surrounded by a seventeen-feet-high square cage.

The title 'Suck' is scarcely needed to evoke the association with being swallowed up or subsumed. The void descends to an infinite depth into which one is drawn, engendering a sense of dislocation and a fear of being pulled into the abyss.

Jupiter Artland







cast iron


H 520 x W 520 x D (?) cm;
H 273 x W 273 x D (?) cm

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