Nouns of Assembly

Exhibition


Terrill, S (2016). Nouns of Assembly.
CreatorsTerrill, S
Description

Nouns of Assembly: In his third solo exhibition at Sutton Gallery, Simon Terrill brings together a triptych of photographs plus a sculpture and a text piece running the length of the gallery walls. He aligns fantasy architecture of the funfair with the utopian proposition of the unrealised monument that is Tatlin's Tower. Terrill's continued exploration of gathering and crowding is extended into spaces that are presented under a utilitarian and political guise.
Catalogue text by Dr Josephine Kane, Tutor in History of Design at the Royal College of Art, London.

Date2016
Web address (URL)http://www.suttongallery.com.au/exhibitions/exhibitioninfo.php?id=185
Publication process dates
Deposited15 Mar 2019
Publication dates
Print30 Jul 2016
Supplemental file
License
CC BY 4.0
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