For #Five2Watch this week we've selected five artists who have used stacking in their work: Joe Hancock, Anna Flemming, Peter Ainsworth, Vincent James and Alan Franklin
Yes I Know It Looks Like A Totem, 2010
Assemblage sculpture constructed from redundant computer monitors.
A secret stockpile of redundant computer equipment was discovered in a dusty locked storeroom in Glasgow School of Art. By asking around, I learned that the equipment was all destined for disposal, yet had been forgotten for a long time. I cut a deal – I could use as much of it as I liked, so long as I disposed of it properly thereafter.
Trolley Tower, 2012
300cm x 100cm x 100cm.
Art handling Reconstructions, Stack, after Tony Cragg, 1990, 2007
Tip to Totem, 2009
Fabric, toy stuffing, wood and cord.
Things Aren't Always Perfect, 2016
Tower of spent matchsticks with small rock
Published 25 May 2018