2 edition of Fatfinger [haitch.kay.eks]. found in the catalog.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition fatfinger [HAITCH.KAY.EKS] by Martin Westwood at Project Arts Centre, Dublin, curated by Grant Watson.
|Contributions||Project Arts Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
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British artist Martin Westwood was invited by Project to produce ‘fatfinger (). ‘, a large-scale installation in the gallery and the foyer at Project; an ambitious work, which engages with the architecture of the building and notions of social space.
It involved suspending papier-mâché balloons, inscribed with corporate logos distorted into abstract patterns, from strings. Sequences of images allow the reader an overview of his two major installations, ‘Angelus Novus’ and ‘fatfinger [HAITCH.
KAI. EKS.]’ in which he recreated a school nursery and an office space, respectively, as a way of exploring issues around the environments we grow up and work in. See what daniela (danidani84) has discovered on Pinterest, the world's biggest collection of ideas.
MARTIN WESTWOOD. Exhibitions / 15 May - 14 Jun €0. ADMISSION FREE British artist Martin Westwood was invited by Project to produce 'fatfinger ()', a large-scale installation in the gallery and the foyer at Project; an ambitious work, which engages with the architecture of the building and notions of social.
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