Mark Booth: Plastic Action

 

 Mark Booth gray (15.90-90°) 2013, PVC pipe, acrylic paint. 410mmH x 470mmW x 370mmD. Courtesy of the artist. Mark Booth blue (17.90-90°) 2013, PVC pipe, acrylic paint. 640mmH x 350mmW x 440mmD. Courtesy of the artist. Mark Booth green (18.90-90°) 2013, PVC pipe, acrylic paint. 330mmH x 490mmW x 460mmD. Courtesy of the artist.

6 FEBRUARY - 22 MARCH 2015

Hill End based artist Mark Booth creates sculptures using PVC pipe elbows to create infinite knots, which, although non-objective, reference the organic. Their modular components suggest a repetition of form, but each is unique in its arrangement, reflecting the freeform process of assembly.

 A BRAG Local Artist Project in partnership with Cementa 2015

 

MORE INFORMATION

This is a link  Media Release

This is a link  Mark Booth Studio Process #1

 

 

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IMAGES: L to R: Mark Booth gray (15.90-90°) 2013, PVC pipe, acrylic paint. 410mmH x 470mmW x 370mmD. Courtesy of the artist. Mark Booth blue (17.90-90°) 2013, PVC pipe, acrylic paint. 640mmH x 350mmW x 440mmD. Courtesy of the artist. Mark Booth green (18.90-90°) 2013, PVC pipe, acrylic paint. 330mmH x 490mmW x 460mmD. Courtesy of the artist. Menu Image: Mark Booth orange-yellow (24.300-90°) 2014, U-PVC pipe, nylon screws, epoxy enamel paint. 1300mmH x 1650mmW x 1450mmD. Courtesy of the artist.