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Roger Hiorns

Roger Hiorns
  

Containing essays by J J Charlesworth and Tom Morton, this work accompanies the first solo museum exhibition (Milton Keynes Gallery) by the British sculptor Roger Hiorns. His work utilizes chance and reaction in crystallizing car engines and making ceramic vessels overflow with f... read full description below.

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ISBN 9780954471583
Published 10 May 2006 by Milton Keynes Gallery
Format Hardback, illustrated edition
Author(s) By Charlesworth, J. J.
By Morton, Tom
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ISBN-13 9780954471583
ISBN-10 095447158X
Stock Available
Status Internationally sourced; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Milton Keynes Gallery
Imprint Milton Keynes Gallery
Publication Date 10 May 2006
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format Hardback, illustrated edition
Edition illustrated edition
Author(s) By Charlesworth, J. J.
By Morton, Tom
Category Sculpture & Other Three-Dimensional Art Forms
Individual Artists
Exhibition Catalogues And Specific Collections
Number of Pages 160
Dimensions Width: 170mm
Height: 240mm
Weight Not specified - defaults to 1,000g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
Library of Congress Hiorns, Roger, Sculpture, British - 21st century, Hiorns, Roger
NBS Text Individual Artists / Art Monographs
ONIX Text General/trade
Dewey Code 730.92
Catalogue Code Not specified

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This work contains essays by J. J. Charlesworth and Tom Morton. This publication accompanies the first solo museum exhibition (Milton Keynes Gallery) by the British sculptor Roger Hiorns. His work utilizes chance and reaction in crystallizing car engines (through submersion in copper sulphate) and making ceramic vessels overflow with foam (achieved through detergent and small air compressors). In addition, Hiorns has used drawings, posters, photographs and film to engage with material and object. If there is one constant that operates through the work of Roger Hiorns, it is that he makes objects and images that contain the paradox of being both inert and alive. - J. J. Charlesworth.

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