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Art review: Cornelia Parker, Frith Street Gallery, London - Reviews - Art - The Independent

Cornelia Parker Prison Wall Abstract (A Man Escaped) [Images taken a few hours before a murderer escaped over the walls of Pentonville Prison, London], 2012 - 2013 12 x digital pigment prints on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag 76 x 60 cm (each)

I love Cornelia Parker's installations. They play with our understanding of physics and challenge us to rethink spaces.

Cornelia Parker has amazing sculpture and installation work, where she hangs materials from the ceiling to give the illusion that the piece is floating and creates a fantastic dynamic between the v…

Cold dark matter (An exploded view) -  I love Cornelia Parker's artwork ! The use of light and shadow

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Cornelia Parker: Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View, 1991 The visual cacophony that Parker creates in this mixed media installation is stunning; we particularly like her use of light and shadow to.

Cornelia Parker - Mass (Colder Darker Matter) 1997 - Parker obtained permission to gather the charred remains of a Baptist Church in Lytle that was struck by lightning and burned to the ground. Mass creates the illusion of a cube and an explosion suspended in time and space.

CORNELIA PARKER, MASS (COLDER DARKER MATTER) This is the most amazing piece of art at the Phoenix Museum. The artist took pieces of charred wood from a church steeple that was hit by lightning and strung them on wire.

Cornelia Parker- This sculpture was constructed from the remains of a Southern Black Baptist Church destroyed by arsonists. It appears to defy gravity, suggesting the temporality of everything physical even as it captures the spirit of the worshippers.

Cornelia Parker - I really enjoy her work. Aesthetically and contextually.

Whitworth Art Gallery opens with Cornelia Parker show - Cold Dark Matter

Whitworth Art Gallery opens with Cornelia Parker show - Cold Dark Matter Sarah Feinmann

Cornelia Parker – Floating Installations | BizarreBeyondBelief

Cornelia Parker has amazing sculpture and installation work, where she hangs materials from the ceiling to give the illusion that the piece is floating and creates a fantastic dynamic between the viewer and the piece.

My next essay for my PhD will cover Cornelia Parker's Perpetual Canon as resurrected waste and how it relates to Georges Bataille's General Economy...or something like that.

Cornelia Parker interview

03 Winding down: 'The brass band,' says Parker, 'is part of a robustness that this country used to have' interview telegraph

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