Structure & Material: Claire Barclay, Becky Beasley, Karla Black

Karla Black, Principles Of Admitting, 2009. Photo A. Burger, Zurich Image 1 of 8
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Claire Barclay, Quick Slow, 2010 Image 2 of 8
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Becky Beasley, Infirme, 2004/2006 Image 3 of 8
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Karla Black, Unused To, 2007 Image 4 of 8
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Karla Black, Persuader Face, 2011 Image 5 of 8
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Structure & Material, Longside Gallery, 2011 Image 6 of 8
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Karla Black, What To Ask Of Others, 2011 Image 7 of 8
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Becky Beasley, Brocken, 2009 Image 8 of 8
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31.03.11 - 26.06.11
Structure & Material explores the work of three significant young artists who each investigate the way we create meaning through form.

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Unlikely sculptural materials such as cosmetics, sugar paper, blackboard paint and brass hinges, or craft in the form of turned wood and tapestry, were employed to diverse and distinctive effect. From elements that are sometimes meagre or over-familiar, new forms were created that were mysterious and highly evocative. Structure & Material features a comprehensive body of work by each artist and includes recent acquisitions from the Arts Council Collection and installations made in response to Longside Gallery. Structure and Material explored the work of Claire Barclay, Becky Beasley and Karla Black who each investigated the way we create meaning through form.

An Arts Council Collection exhibition curated by Katrina Brown and Caroline Douglas

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Commenting reviewing this for my homework (for art) it helped loads THANKS!😍
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