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|Title: ||Austria and Monolith|
|Citation: ||In: Other Than, MOT Gallery, Regents Studios, London|
|Issue Date: ||2004 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.wlv.ac.uk/Default.aspx?page=15415|
|Abstract: ||Payne’s two works in this exhibition were created by deconstructing the structural dynamics of painting and enfolding the resulting possibilities onto different external elements. The paintings exhibited not only their own particular structural/physical or material identity as painting, but also their relationship to other mediums.
“Austria” was a floor-based work, made from high impact polystyrene (nine sheets cut into the form of paint spills laid over each other following the colours of the camouflage used by the Austrian army). “Monolith” contained nine blocks of polished 6x6x1 inch Perspex with sheets of solid acrylic paint between each one.|
|Appears in Collections: ||Art Practice and Critical Theory|
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