The limited edition untitled: catch 1, 2016
was created as part of a series of five intricate sculptures by Phyllida Barlow in support of Tate. untitled: catch 2016
is an original series of sculptures created by Phyllida Barlow in 2016 in support of Tate. Using a diverse range of materials, these intricate and ambiguous forms were made by the artist in her London studio. In creating this series, Barlow was able to work on a more intimate scale and without the assistance of a team, a rare opportunity for an artist whose work is typically monumental in scope and scale. Each sculpture is unique and accompanied by a signed and numbered certificate.
untitled: catch 1
30 x 25 x 16 cm
Plastic, plaster, cement, scrim, wool, paper, fabric, PVA, spray paint, plywood, timber, cardboard tube, polyurethane foam, tape
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Phyllida Barlow (born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England in 1944) uses everyday household or DIY materials which she transforms through processes of layering or accumulation to make large-scale sculptural installations. Cutting, sawing, breaking, coiling, folding or covering, Barlow has been fascinated by the physical experience of handling materials since the late 1960s. Her resulting sculptures and installations often seem to interrupt or invade the space around them. Phyllida Barlow represented Great Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2017.