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Angela Bulloch


Archetypes and Totem Antidotes

For this exhibition at Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Angela Bulloch presents a series of new works. Stacked columns of polyhedra, formed in steel, corian or MDF are enhanced by a spectacular wall painting. Conceived and designed within a digital imaging program, this new body of sculptures, with their stylized geometry, electronic glow and manufactured surface sheen, might seem to refer to futurism, minimalism, technology and science.

Born in Ontario, Canada in 1965, of British parents, Angela Bulloch graduated in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, University of London in 1988. Since that time, she has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Europe and internationally. Solo exhibitions include Vehicles, Le Consortium, Dijon (1998); Angela Bulloch. Z-Point, Kunsthaus Glarus (2002), Matrix 206: macromatrix for your pleasure at Berkeley Art Museum, University of California (2003). She has been nominated for the 2005 Preis der Nationalgalerie für junge Kunst at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin. The artist lives and works in Berlin.


Square, Rhombus Wall Painting Pale Blue, Red & Dark Blue, 2015
dimensions variable


Endless Column Orange, 2015
MDF stack, four forms, regular rhombus, painted
42 x 30 x 90 cm


Endless Column Red, 2015
MDF stack, five forms, regular rhombus, painted
42 x 30 x 120 cm


Can Do Blue, 2015
80 x 50 x 250 cm
MDF stack of five, irregular rhombus, painted


Heavy Metal Stack; Red, Cardboard & Blue, 2015
80 x 50 x 300 cm
stack of six painted metal forms each irregular
rhombus with a painted metal base plate


Table Piece With Five Forms, 2015
90 x 60 x 120 cm
table piece with five painted MDF forms
each form: 48 x 30 x 30 cm
table: 90 x 60 x 120 cm


Anima Sophia, 2015
72 x 50 x 200 cm
white corian stack of four with one light element second
from bottom position, each form is irregular rhombus


Animus Hermes, 2015
72 x 50 x 200 cm
white corian stack of four with one light element second
from bottom position, each form is irregular rhombus


Anima Sophia, 2015
72 x 50 x 200 cm
white corian stack of four with one light element second
from bottom position, each form is irregular rhombus


Animus Hermes, 2015
72 x 50 x 200 cm
white corian stack of four with one light element second
from bottom position, each form is irregular rhombus


Anima Sophia, 2015
72 x 50 x 200 cm
white corian stack of four with one light element second
from bottom position, each form is irregular rhombus


Animus Hermes, 2015
72 x 50 x 200 cm
white corian stack of four with one light element second
from bottom position, each form is irregular rhombus


Table Piece With Light Element, 2015
60 x 60 x 120
table piece (60 x 60 x 120 cm) with corian top
plate and two corian forms (54 x 50 x 50 cm)
the first one is an animated light element


Table Piece With Light Element, 2015
60 x 60 x 120
table piece (60 x 60 x 120 cm) with corian top
plate and two corian forms (54 x 50 x 50 cm)
the first one is an animated light element

Angela Bulloch


Archetypes and Totem Antidotes

For this exhibition at Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Angela Bulloch presents a series of new works. Stacked columns of polyhedra, formed in steel, corian or MDF are enhanced by a spectacular wall painting. Conceived and designed within a digital imaging program, this new body of sculptures, with their stylized geometry, electronic glow and manufactured surface sheen, might seem to refer to futurism, minimalism, technology and science.

Born in Ontario, Canada in 1965, of British parents, Angela Bulloch graduated in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, University of London in 1988. Since that time, she has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Europe and internationally. Solo exhibitions include Vehicles, Le Consortium, Dijon (1998); Angela Bulloch. Z-Point, Kunsthaus Glarus (2002), Matrix 206: macromatrix for your pleasure at Berkeley Art Museum, University of California (2003). She has been nominated for the 2005 Preis der Nationalgalerie für junge Kunst at the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin. The artist lives and works in Berlin.