This collection of images capture sculptor David Nash's intimate exploration of the properties of trees and timber. The accompanying essay by Marina Warner explores Nash's influences, approach and the mythical status of trees throughout history....
|Title||:||David Nash: Forms Into Time|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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David Nash: Forms Into Time Reviews
I was inspired to read David Nash's book by an exhibition of his work at the Tate St Ives. Nash likes to create sculptures of wood that will change and weather with time placing them in a natural environment. The exhibition showed a video journey of Nash's wooden boulder as it travelled due to wind weather and water through the welsh landscape until it eventually reached the sea. I was intrigued by the idea and the challenge faced by the sculler each time he went i search of his creation. I wonder where it is now?
Boek is fijne herinnering aan boeiende tentoonstelling in Engeland. Knappe kunstenaar.