Sarah Sze

September 4, 2006 at 8:20 pm 1 comment

Unravel, 2005, Mixed media

Sze’s sculptures are flowing structures consisting of a conglomeration of small-scale household items that respond to and infiltrate the surrounding architecture. Like the information flow of the World Wide Web, her compositional language takes form by successively linking small bits of discrete information into a complex network. With an intensity born of a laborious patchwork technique that is at once painterly and sculptural, the interplay between individual components and overall structure allows Sze to explore the boundaries between art and everyday life.

An Equal and Opposite Reaction, 2005

Fractured Sculpture (detail), 2000, mixed media

Fire Escape, 2002 

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  • 1. Madaline Connor  |  September 22, 2006 at 1:55 pm

    this is some really spectacular art. The quantity of material makes each and every piece a beautiful work to look at. Quite magnificent, really.

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