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Untitled: Disaster III

© the artist. Photo credit: Nottingham City Museums & Galleries

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Phyllida Barlow is a central figure in the development of contemporary British sculpture. Her work questions traditional ideas of what sculpture can be and reflects a particular direction in contemporary sculpture, one concerned with urban detritus, waste, recycling and a kind of ‘anti-form’. She uses cheap, ‘low-grade’, industrial materials such as cement, sealant, bonding plaster and spray paint, to create fragile sculptures that rest precariously in the world.

Nottingham City Museums & Galleries

Nottingham


Date

2010

Medium

plywood, wadding, fabrics, wire netting, polystyrene, cardboard, scrim, cement, bonding plaster, sealant, dust, paint, spray-paint & casters

Measurements

H 81 x W 110 x D 80 cm

Accession number

NCMG 2012-44/1

Acquisition method

purchased from the Contemporary Art Society Acquisitions Scheme, 2012

Work type

Sculpture


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Nottingham City Museums & Galleries

Nottingham City Council, Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG2 3NG England

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