Materials found on the street—concrete, felt, wooden pallets, polystyrene and fabric—are the elements that make up this British sculptor's particular spin on postminimalist aesthetics. Rather like fanciful obstacles courses or a construction site, her installations, which are often painted colorfully, emphasize the experience of moving in and around them.
"Phyllida Barlow: siege"
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