Drawing has been key throughout Willats’ practice, often as a signifier of larger ideas. From the start of his career in the early 1960s, Willats has rejected aesthetic expression in favour of positioning his drawings as active ‘data’, which offer a means to communicate a way of looking at and thinking about our environment.
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There have been approximately nine versions of Endogen Depression, a work that Vostell started in 1975at the Hannover Art Museum, Germany. This installation consists of approximately forty objects; including tables, dressers and tube televisions that together bring up references of a traditional domestic home. Continue reading Wolf Vostell