Pyrotechnic Sculpture

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Stoppani, T (2014). Pyrotechnic Sculpture. Henry Moore Institute Newsletter. Jan (111).
AuthorsStoppani, T
Abstract

Conference report on ‘Pyrotechnic Sculpture’, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, 30th November 2013. Burning and explosion transform both the form and the status of the artistic object, but do not destroy art. Insofar as the physical destruction of the art object constitutes an artistic intervention, art cannot be destroyed – an argument supported, with different focus and through different examples, by all the conference speakers.

Year2014
JournalHenry Moore Institute Newsletter
Journal citationJan (111)
PublisherHenry Moore Institute
Web address (URL)http://enews.henry-moore.org/enewsletter/henry-moore-institute-newsletter-issue-111/
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Print12 Jan 2014
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Deposited06 Dec 2017
Accepted05 Jan 2014
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