Window sculpture/drawing, RHA Annual, Invited Artist

Alistair Wilson

    Research output: Non-textual formArtefact

    Abstract

    This work is part of a series of ongoing investigations between two and three dimentions and an object's ability to exist in a state of flux between the two. A series of interlocking circular planes, seen in perspective, sit on the window plane, existing, neither in the interior or exterior space. The work was made for and at the invitation of the Royal Hibernian Academy as a site specific work in their Annual exhibition at the RHA Gallery, Dublin, Eire. Summer 2009.
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationRHA Gallery, St Stephens Green, Dublin, Eire.
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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    Royal Hibernian Academy
    Dublin
    Artist
    Ireland
    Site-specific Works

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    Wilson, A. (Author). (2009). Window sculpture/drawing, RHA Annual, Invited Artist. Artefact, RHA Gallery, St Stephens Green, Dublin, Eire.: .
    Wilson, Alistair (Author). / Window sculpture/drawing, RHA Annual, Invited Artist. [Artefact].
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