James Angus, ‘I-beam Sunburst’, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
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James Angus

I-beam Sunburst

Steel, enamel paint
47 1/5 × 47 1/5 × 47 1/5 in
120 × 120 × 120 cm
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Location
Sydney
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James Angus
Australian, b. 1970
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In his sculptures and public installations, James Angus celebrates the inherent elegance in the design, balance, and scale of living and manmade things. Approaching his work with a formalism grounded in his interest in architecture, he has recreated rock formations, animals, iconic buildings, and a Mack truck, playfully altering their proportions to highlight the beauty of their form. In Manta Ray (2002), he flattened and elongated the sea creature, emphasizing its natural aerodynamics. Referring to his series of I-beam sculptures, Angus stated: “I wanted to make a very material example of the confusion between what something is and how it appears; as people are compelled to spend more and more time inhabiting the Internet, the properties of matter seem to be slowly receding into the distance.”

James Angus, ‘I-beam Sunburst’, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
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About the work
James Angus
Australian, b. 1970
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In his sculptures and public installations, James Angus celebrates the inherent elegance in the design, balance, and scale of living and manmade things. Approaching his work with a formalism grounded in his interest in architecture, he has recreated rock formations, animals, iconic buildings, and a Mack truck, playfully altering their proportions to highlight the beauty of their form. In Manta Ray (2002), he flattened and elongated the sea creature, emphasizing its natural aerodynamics. Referring to his series of I-beam sculptures, Angus stated: “I wanted to make a very material example of the confusion between what something is and how it appears; as people are compelled to spend more and more time inhabiting the Internet, the properties of matter seem to be slowly receding into the distance.”

James Angus

I-beam Sunburst

Steel, enamel paint
47 1/5 × 47 1/5 × 47 1/5 in
120 × 120 × 120 cm
Contact For Price
Location
Sydney
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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