#SCULPTURE

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To uker til åpning: Hanne Friis

Hanne Friis was born in 1972 in Oslo and studied painting and sculpture at the Trondheim Academy of Art. Her textile sculptures are created with fabrics that are often dyed by her through experimentation and slow dyeing processes that give the material for her sculptures pictorial expressions of unpredictable effect. Using a strictly manual technique, Friis transforms a soft and fluffy material into abstract and sensual works, with a solid and complex structure that seem to be engaged in an autonomous, slow but inexorable process of perennial growth and change. As metaphors of the flow of life and the succession of events and phenomena that characterize it, her works are synthesis and representation of the ambiguity between form and matter.

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JOANA VASCONCELOS STUDIO TOUR

Join Joana Vasconcelos on a virtual walk through her Lisbon studio, where she explores processes and inspirations behind her detailed work. In the context of with "Beyond", Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s exhibition in the underground gallery and open air, this is a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes and have an insight into Vasconcelos’ practice of creating her vibrant, often monumental sculpture, using fabric, needlework and crochet alongside everyday objects from saucepans to wheel hubs or whisky glasses. This video was created for Yorkshire Sculpture Park Directed by Luís Monge | Camera by Telmo Domingues | Sound by Jorge Cabanelas

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03:54

Dan Lam at Fort Works

Dan Lam is an American sculptor of Vietnamese ancestry, best known for her "drippy" sculptures and use of vibrant color. Using non-traditional materials of polyurethane foam, acrylic paint and epoxy resin, her finished work often dangles over shelf ledges, contrasting emotions of desire and disgust.

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02:08

Ordinance of the Subconscious Treatment

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03:25

Jenni Rope: Knuglor - Solmukat

Jenni Rope works multidisciplinary with painting, mobiles, pattern design, books and public art. In her works, she experiments with the boundaries between art and design and explores the abstract world that lies somewhere between painting and sculpture.

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00:19

Miwa Ito Glasses

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Filip Custic en BIBLI

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Distance, Jeppe Hein

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08:23

Step inside Magdalena Abakanowicz's forest of woven sculptures

In the 1960s, Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz began making large-scale woven sculptures that defied all categorisation. They seemed like coats or cocoons that tempted you to crawl inside, or hairy living creatures suspended from the gallery ceiling. The critics did not know what to make of them and called them 'Abakans' - perhaps the only example of an art form named after their artist. In this film, curator Ann Coxon leads us through a 'forest' of these towering Abakans, exploring how Abakanowicz pioneered a whole new form of installation art.

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09:38

YOSHITOMO NARA // Retrospective Highlights

Yoshitomo Nara is among the most beloved and globally recognized Japanese artists of his generation. Spanning 36 years of his practice from 1984 to the present, this international retrospective gathers over 100 major paintings, sculptures, and installations as well as 700 works on paper. In this short video curator Mika Yoshitake shares a few highlights of the exhibition as well as excerpts from her July 2020 conversation with the artist. Nara shares the story of his working process, his inspirations, his work as a catalyst for communication and shared interests, and the unanticipated inclusion of a new painting created during the pandemic that reflects a new artistic direction.

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02:21

Wim Botha

Wim Botha’s art is a study in contrasts: his pieces are simultaneously sacred yet profane, heavy yet light, and stable yet unsettled. Through his varying materials and subject matter, this South African artist explores weighty issues of history, status, power, and religion, referencing a range of art historical influences while resisting fixed interpretation.

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02:16

Kutluğ Ataman's Mesopotamian Dramaturgies

In this video we have a look at the exhibition “Kutlug Ataman: Mesopotamian Dramaturgies” at Niru Ratnam Gallery in London. The show is part of an ongoing series that reflects on the history and present of the region centered on Eastern Turkey where Ataman is now based, as well as the cultural and geopolitical forces at play there. The central work is a twenty-screen television installation called 'The Stream' (2022) which is the first major new work shown by Ataman since 'The Portrait of Sakip Sabanci' (exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2015 and The Royal Academy, London in 2016). The exhibition runs until May 21, 2022. Using nature as metaphor, The Stream is a video installation made of televisions and found wood that is concerned with rebirth, renewal and the constant effort to construct meaning.

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Dan Lam at Fort Works

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Dan Lam is an American sculptor of Vietnamese ancestry, best known for her "drippy" sculptures and use of vibrant color. Using non-traditional materials of polyurethane foam, acrylic paint and epoxy resin, her finished work often dangles over shelf ledges, contrasting emotions of desire and disgust.

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