Camilla Low
The edges of the thin sheets of Perspex in '7' are all painted in different colours, and skewered on an eight-foot-long metal rod which leans precariously against a wall. Poised in space, this work seems to teeter between solidity and collapse. The sharp forms of Løw’s works punctuate the space they inhabit, maintaining a subtle balancing act. With references to Scandinavian design and Russian Constructivism, the apparently sophisticated design and craftsmanship belie their low-tech, hand-made origins.
  • Artwork Details: 260 x 40 x 50cm
  • Edition:
  • Material description: perspex, enamel and metal
  • Credit line: © the artist
  • Theme: Undefined
  • Medium: Sculpture
  • Accession number: ACC22/2004

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