Sculpture, variable dimensions.
image: © Maria Thereza Alves
Collection: Collection La Gaia, Italy.
“When I put a stone on an auto the violence is humorous cartoon violence. I do not think I am personally being violent. (Must I say that I am not advocating violence?) Perhaps in some small way this kind of work is metonymic more that metaphoric. Perhaps the auto comes to represent, not ‘civilization’ but culture in general, or – us. In that case the stone does indeed stand for “nature.” But that is not a translation of the piece. There is no translation of the piece.” [full text here]Add to your list
> Jimmie Durham.
> Exhibition: Le ragioni della leggerezza [Reasons for Lightness]. Franco Soffiantino Arte Contemporaneo, Torino, 18 November 2004 - 22 January 2005.
> Ensemble: Jimmie Durham 1994 - 2012.
> Ensemble: Stoning.
>Jimmie Durham, Xitle and Spirit, 2007.Sculpture, vulcanic stone, car, acrylic paint, variable dimensions.
>Jimmie Durham, Still Life with Stone and Car, 2004.Installation, car, stone, acrylic paint, variable dimensions.
>Jimmie Durham, Stone Top (Nest), 2003.Installation, car, stone, variable dimensions.