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AL TAYLOR. RIM JOBS and SIDEFFECTS.

AL TAYLOR (1948-1999)

Although Al Taylor began his career as a painter, in 1985 he devised an innovative approach that encompassed twodimensional drawings and three-dimensional objects. Taylor saw no distinction between his drawings and threedimensional works and referred to his constructions not as sculptures but as "drawings in space" or "drawing instruments". These objects were usually fashioned out of unconventional materials, and often incorporated humble and humorous elements. They offered multiple viewpoints and would subsequently form the basis of further explorations on paper. Rim Jobs and Sideffects presents two series, "Rim Jobs" (1995) and "Sideffects" (1995-97), which demonstrate Taylor's multi-dimensional compositions.

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Emne Installations kunst
Kunstner TAYLOR, All
Forfatter
Sprog Engelsk tekst
Illustrationer
Format / Sideantal 27 x 23 cm / 176 sider
Udgivelsesår 2011
Indbinding indbundet
Forlag Steidl Verlag
Antikvarisk
Antal
Køb
ISBN 9783869303895
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AL TAYLOR (1948-1999)

Although Al Taylor began his career as a painter, in 1985 he devised an innovative approach that encompassed twodimensional drawings and three-dimensional objects. Taylor saw no distinction between his drawings and threedimensional works and referred to his constructions not as sculptures but as "drawings in space" or "drawing instruments". These objects were usually fashioned out of unconventional materials, and often incorporated humble and humorous elements. They offered multiple viewpoints and would subsequently form the basis of further explorations on paper. Rim Jobs and Sideffects presents two series, "Rim Jobs" (1995) and "Sideffects" (1995-97), which demonstrate Taylor's multi-dimensional compositions.