1147
1147
Antony Gormley
DOMAIN LIII
Estimation
2 400 0003 800 000
Lot. Vendu 3,500,000 HKD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
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1147
Antony Gormley
DOMAIN LIII
Estimation
2 400 0003 800 000
Lot. Vendu 3,500,000 HKD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
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Antony Gormley
B.1950
DOMAIN LIII
Executed in 2006.
4.76 mm square section stainless steel bar
sculpture: 189 (H) by 66 by 35 cm; 74⅜ (H) by 26 by 13¾ in.
base: 26 (H) by 60 by 60 cm; 10¼ (H)  by 23⅝ by 23⅝ in.
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Provenance

Beyond Limits: Sotheby's at Chatsworth, Derbyshire
Acquired by the present owner from the above

Photograph by Stephen White, London
© the artist

Exposition

Derbyshire, Chatsworth House, Beyond Limits: Sotheby's at Chatsworth, 8 September - 27 November 2006

Bibliographie

Exh. Cat., Heidi Kwastek, Follow Me,  Landschaftsverbandes der ehemaligen Herzogtümer Bremen1997
Exh. Cat., Michael Mack ed., Antony Gormley, steidlMack, 2007

Description

‘I wanted to escape from the boundary of the skin and to acknowledge the body as a place of transformation. The Domains really got going when I realised I could describe the space of the body as a matrix formed from 8 lengths of stainless steel and with a loose set of rules: one end of each T-connection should always be on the skin surface, and the rods should be as orthogonal to the original skin surface as possible. As the work progressed, it achieved tension, and a minimum member rule arose, which involved using the least amount of material necessary to convey the attitude of the body, while still allowing it to stand. Each Domain is an attempt to separate the subtle body from the material body; to abstract an attitude and expose it to light and space. It is a diagnostic instrument; both a receiver and a transmitter.’

-Antony Gormley

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