1 edition of Alison Wilding found in the catalog.
|Statement||Lund Humphries Publishers, Limited|
|Publishers||Lund Humphries Publishers, Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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Some of them are quite stark, things like falling through curved darkness; you build soundscapes with those Alison Wilding and guide your students through.
She has used traditional materials, often found as reused, such as wood, stone and bronze, alongside others like steel, wax, silk, and rubber. It didn't affect me at the time, but it did afterwards.
Multiple Store, Westbrook Gallery, London, UK 2009• I really don't agree with that. Her sculptures range in scale from hand-held to monumental. The clay very much choreographs the body. With Riptide, something in the news alerted me to the word—those guys who were drowned in Camber Sands.
Alison Wilding, The Whitworth Gallery, Manchester, UK 2018• Vessel,London, UK 1988•from 23 June until 16 September. And then I do have a really visceral response about everything that makes sense, that is a really good piece of work by my rights. Your first impression Alison Wilding of art that delights in very physical conjunctions of unlikely materials, but is at the same time dauntingly cerebral.
Vial Wit, Sir Hugh Casson Room, Royal Academy of the Arts, London, UK 2004• " Low point: "Winter — it gets to about four degrees in my studio.
British Now: Sculpture et Autres Dessins, , Montreal, Canada 1988• Abstract Drawing, Drawing Room London, UK 2014• Clare Court, , Cambridge, UK 1973• Beelden en Banieren, Fort Asperen, Acquoy, The Netherlands 1988• " At the time, I took it as a compliment, but now I think it's a terrible thing to say.
When I was a student, someone said: "The trouble with you, Alison, is that your work is much more interesting than you are.