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Author Archer, Michael, 1954-

Title Richard Wilson / Michael Archer, Simon Morrissey and Harry Stocks.

Published London : Merrell, 2001.

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 UniM Southbank  709.2 Wil    AVAILABLE
Physical description 224 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm
Bibliography Bibliography: page224.
Summary Richard Wilson is one of the foremost exponenets of installation art working in the world today. This, the first monograph on the artist, examines the full spectrum of Wilson's work, moving from models, drawings and his many gallery-based projects to collaborations with architects and engineers to realize such major architectural interventions as "Over easy", an 8 metre, imperceptibly rotating, disc-shaped section of a building's facade that challenges our collective expectation and experience of how space and materials should behave. Richard Wilson has always been fascinated by displacements of the received order of our environment, from tunnelling to earthquakes, form oil wells to archaeology, and his work explores our responses to such radical disruption.
Other author Wilson, Richard.
Morrisey, Simon.
Stocks, Harry.
Subject Wilson, Richard -- Criticism and interpretation.
Installations (Art) -- Great Britain.
ISBN 1858941555 (paperback)