April 22, 2012

anthony mccall: five minutes of pure sculpture


excerpts from the current exhibition at hamburger bahnhof, berlin
4.20.12 - 8.12.12










via artdaily.org







between you and i, 2006
installation view at peer/the round chapel,
london, 2006
foto: hugo glendinning







via chelsea graphic design







installation view at hangar bicocca, milan,
2009
foto: giulio buono








you and i horizontal, 2006
installation view at institut d’art
contemporain, villeurbanne, 2006
foto: blaise adilon







via chelsea graphic design



for the first time, the work of the new york-based artist anthony mccall will be presented in a solo exhibition at a german museum. mccall's unique projections, which he has been developing since the 1970s, exist at the boundaries between cinema, sculpture and drawing: animated lines are projected in a dark room filled with a light haze, allowing viewers to step into the beam of light and change its appearance.
the hamburger bahnhof will be showing works that mccall created beginning in 2003 after a 20-year break. while the early works are shown on 16 mm film, his more recent works are digital projections whose complex forms can only be created with the aid of computers. mccall's horizontal works will be exhibited for the first time alongside his more recent vertical works, which bathe the exhibition space and the viewer in sculptural light.


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2 comments:

Susanne said...

wonderful sculptures, it feels magical

ANCHOVY said...

Good. Thanks for the info.