Vinyl music record on perspex and acrylic
Dimensions: 26cm (H) x 27.5cm (W) x 17cm (D) / 10.2" (H) x 10.8" (W) x 6.7" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This figurative sculpture has been created from one whole 12" vinyl music record (The Merrymen ft. Emile Straker, 'Caribbean Treasure Chest'), and mounted upon a 12 x 12 x 3cm clear acrylic base with unpolished edges. The female figure is elevated in space by 3 clear perspex rods. The liquid-like form has been created using various heat sources, with the modern materials maintaining a fine art aesthetic.
The sculptures are caught in states of movement, dance and musing. Function becomes form.
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Hometown: Dunbar, Scotland
Based in: Dunbar, Scotland
Sculptures created from whole vinyl music records... nothing added and nothing removed from the original material. The abstract, figurative forms are organic in their conception, with the vinyl having a life of its own upon heating. I pair the final sculptures with modern, geometric materials such as perspex and acrylic - the hard solids contrasting with the solidified, liquid lava appearance of the vinyl. The figures recline, dance and become caught in a movement that was previously evoked from the playing of the records themselves.
1972 - 1978
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art - Dundee, Scotland
Artist in Residence
St. Andrews University's (Scotland) first Artist in Residence - prior to Eduardo Paolozzi
Graduate Fellowship Awardee courtesy of The Foundation of Rotary International
Ruth Prowse Kunskool - Cape Town, South Africa
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