Shelagh Cluett
Shelagh Cluett’s early sculptures range from ambitious room-scale installations to elegant vertical structures crafted from wire, thin steel, aluminium, brass and copper. Accompanying her larger works are smaller ‘thinking pieces’, which explore different colours, shapes and ideas. Untitled, c.1981 operates as a dynamic, three-dimensional drawing. It seems ephemeral, finding movement and fluidity through the delicate choreography suggested by its monochrome lines.
  • Artwork Details: 25 x 45 x 10cm
  • Edition:
  • Material description: Aluminium, steel
  • Credit line: © the Shelagh Cluett Trust. Image courtesy of the Shelagh Cluett Trust and greengrassi, London
  • Theme: Undefined
  • Medium: Sculpture
  • Accession number: ACC23/2019

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