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Sculptural Matter

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“Sculptural Matter," says ACCA associate curator Charlotte Day, "is an exhibition skirting around sculpture – literally circling it, pulling at its edges and delving into its matter and history. The exhibition reflects on the practice of sculpture at an influential moment in its evolution; showing sculpture in gestation, moving between abstraction and figuration, juxtaposing objects and their doppelgangers, and intersecting with design and display”.

Expect to see iconic works such as Richard Serra’s first film, Hand Catching Lead (1968) and Alina Szapocznikow’s chewing-gum propositions for sculptures, 'Photosculptures' (1971). A highlight is the inclusion of documenta (13) artists Thea Djordjadze and Carol Bove. Djordjadze will make a new work in situ the gallery from high-density foam and fresh plaster alongside Bove’s intriguing collection of objects in La Traversée Difficile (2008).

Sculptural Matter details

Address
111 Sturt St, Southbank 3006

Telephone 03 9697 9999

Price FREE
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Date 11 Aug 2012-23 Sep 2012

Open Tue-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun 11am-6pm

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