Anthony McCall: Solid Light Works – 16 Feb – 3 June 2018

Anthony McCall: Solid Light Works – 16 Feb – 3 June 2018

Anthony McCall: Solid Light Works – 16 Feb – 3 June 2018

https://hepworthwakefield.org/whats-on/anthony-mccall-solid-light-works/

Solid Light Works will be the first major UK exhibition of artist Anthony McCall’s work in over a decade. It will explore all facets of his work and will include the UK premieres of three ‘solid light’ installations.

McCall describes his practice as existing in the space where cinema, sculpture and drawing overlap. He is best known for his large-scale, immersive sculptural light installations that incorporate the visitor and invite them to become active participants in the work.

The exhibition will also highlight the importance of drawing to McCall and the meticulous planning that goes into each installation.
Aided by digital projection, McCall’s new installations use only projected light and a thin mist, creating physically powerful works that take on the appearance of sculptural forms in space. Visitors will be encouraged to engage with the planes and chambers created by the projections.

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