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Alison Wilding: On Her Work

The Evening Lecture Series is free and open to the public. All Fall 2021 Lectures will be streamed online via Zoom and YouTube Live. With inquiries, please contact Sam Levy at slevy@nyss.org.

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Alison Wilding’s sculpture has challenged expectations since she first rose to prominence as part of the so-called ‘New British Sculpture’ in the 1980’s. Over five decades Wilding’s work, which is characterized by her particular manipulation of materials, has ranged in scale from the near monumental to small handheld objects, and continues to evolve testing boundaries. She says that beyond Brexit and Covid, the ongoing climate change crisis is causing her to asses her practice.

In A Dark Wood 2012
Reclaimed laminated iroko, acrylic
210 x 370 x 217 cms

 

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