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The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
The shape of things to come
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The shape of things to come

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  • 1. Matthew Monaghan’s sculptures are literally drawings folded into 3D shapes.
  • 2. Students studying sculpture or doing a 3D project could easily take their drawings through a process from 2D to 3D.
  • 3. Thomas Houseago’sJoanne (2005) is more sculptural, but still retains many painterly aspects.
  • 4. Like a painting, it is a surface that has marks applied to it. The surface has just been put together to create 3 Dimensions.
  • 5. Almost all of the sculpture is raw and doesn’t seek to hide its fabrication process. Like in many forms of painting, the marked surfaces are part of the visual language being used to communicate.
  • 6. Everywhere, its as if painters have simply decided to extend their work beyond the surface: David AltmejdThe Healers (2008).
  • 7. Berlinde De Bruyckere’sMarthe(2008), uses the seductivequalitiesofpaint like colours and texturestobothrepel and attract.
  • 8. Even without pigment on surfaces, AnselmReyle managestocreate 3D paintingsthatappearlikeflicks of paintsuspended in theair.
  • 9. The sculpture doesn’t attempt to hide its support structure. Chains and cables become the drips in a painting.
  • 10. This relationship between painting and sculpture is taken to an extreme conclusion in Sterling Ruby’s cathedral or sacrificial alter.
  • 11. No longer is it just painting, but a beautiful synthesis of the profoundness of both.

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