Tag Archives: stack

Dylan Lynch


Dylan Lynch, ‘Standing alone with three cinder blocks (red)’ (2013)

Doris Salcedo

Doris Salcedo, Plegaria Muda, 2008

Doris Salcedo, ‘Plegaria Muda’ (detail) (2008)

Alec Soth

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Alec Soth, from ‘Lake Superior’ (2012)

Tijmen van Dijk


Tijmen van Dijk‘s photograph of a Dutch goverment building in Groningen in ruins.

Samuel Nias

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Samuel Nias, ‘Happiness is limited’ (2013)

Dyed towels and towel rail.

Eric Baudelaire

Eric-Baudelaire-EVERYTHING IS POLITICAL (I) 2011

Eric Baudelaire, ‘Everything is political (I)’ (2011)

39 books and 39 recordings of the final sentences of each book.

Rebecca Horn

Rebecca Horn The Bright Wounded Star

Rebecca Horn, ‘The Bright Wounded Star’

Georges Vantongerloo

Interrelation of Volumes 1919 Georges Vantongerloo 1886-1965 Purchased 1978 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T02306

‘Interrelation of Volumes’ (1919), by Georges Vantongerloo

Nicole Cherubini

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Nicole Cherubini, ‘Astralogy’ (2013)

Mark Leckey


Mark Leckey, ‘BigBoxStatueAction’ (2003)

Live event at Tate Britain, London. Strapped together and reaching the same proportions as its sculptural counter-part (by Jacob Epstein), Leckey’s speaker stack explores the space in sonic equivalence to the solidity of the form in front of of it. Occasional emissions of largely appropriated sounds address the mass as if to probe and interrogate it in a manner that suggests it is trying to understand it, testing it out. When utilised for performance the sounds hit rib-rumbling low ends at ear-ringing volume.