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Tim Hawkinson (b. 1960)
PENITENT, 1994
skeleton composed of rawhide dog chews, wire, slide whistle, plastic bottle, motion sensor, light bulb in tin can and eletrical elements
48 by 18 by 18 in. (121.9 by 45.7 45.7 cm.)
Executed in 1994, this work is unique.
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來源

NYEHAUS Gallery, New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2007

展覽

New York, Pace Gallery, 'Tim Hawkinson: Counterclockwise,' February - April 2016

出版

Exh. Cat., Akron Art Museum, San Francisco, Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati, Contemporary Arts Center, Winston-Salem, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Sheboygan, John Michael Kohler Arts Center (and travelling), 'Humongolous: Sculpture and Other Works by Tim Hawkinson,' August 1996-September 1997, p. 44, illustrated
Exh. Cat., Toronto, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, North Adams, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, June 2000- April 2001, pp. 32-33, illustrated
Exh. Cat., New York, Nyehaus, 'Tim Hawkinson,' May - June 2007, pp. 6-7, illustrated

相關資料

Tim Hawkins, a Los Angeles based multi-media artist, is renowned for turning found objects, such as plastic bags and old socks, into intricate sculptural systems that muse on the perceived separation of nature, machine, the body, and human consciousness. His work often combines mechanical and the natural material, showcasing the differences as well as the similarities within the two mediums. ‘Penitent,’ a motorized skeleton, not only questions our mortality, but also disrupts the perceived separation of machine, body, and being.

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