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Australian artist James Corbett, 46, creates these sculptures using old car parts salvaged from scrap yards…http://www.jamescorbettart.com/default.html
chris said:i don't, sorry. but, as a fully-fledged badge-carrying internet detective, i can probably find out pretty quickly ;)
i don't, sorry. but, as a fully-fledged badge-carrying internet detective, i can probably find out pretty quickly ;)
Peel Perceiving the gallery space as an artwork; to convert the ideology of the space perceived as a “white cube”, one must interfere with its structure. This space, together with the artwork exhibited within, has its own isolated values. Converting it into an artwork is more meaningful than creating a structure with a distinct status. This attitude which can be comprehended as a conflict with the gallery space, destroys the compulsory perception of a perfect space for the display of the artwork; on the one hand it interferes with the space and on the other it transforms it. It shifts from a perception of flawless emptiness to a space with surprises. By defining itself as an artwork, it becomes a structure rather than a sacred entity. During this process the possibilities within the space determine its course.