Jessica Stockholder, ‘Decals Roam to Move’, 2015, Sculpture, 8 hollow core door panels, vinyl, hardware, tree bark, copper flashing, cork veneer, photograph, acrylic paint, sheepskin, spool of wire, galvanized car part, plexiglass, wood veneer, Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder
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Jessica Stockholder

Decals Roam to Move, 2015

8 hollow core door panels, vinyl, hardware, tree bark, copper flashing, cork veneer, photograph, acrylic paint, sheepskin, spool of wire, galvanized car part, plexiglass, wood veneer
93 1/2 × 166 × 28 in
237.5 × 421.6 × 71 cm
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Jessica Stockholder
American, b. 1959
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Jessica Stockholder uses discount store-bought and mass-produced materials to build her monumental sculptures and installations, which the Wall Street Journal has called “Frankensteinian.” By constructing works that present carefully choreographed formal elements, Stockholder says that she aims to “present the material world in a way that is understandable.” Her works are rich with color, often coated in bright and plasticky paint, elaborating an influence of Robert Rauschenberg’s assemblage sculptures.

Jessica Stockholder, ‘Decals Roam to Move’, 2015, Sculpture, 8 hollow core door panels, vinyl, hardware, tree bark, copper flashing, cork veneer, photograph, acrylic paint, sheepskin, spool of wire, galvanized car part, plexiglass, wood veneer, Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder
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Jessica Stockholder
American, b. 1959
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Jessica Stockholder uses discount store-bought and mass-produced materials to build her monumental sculptures and installations, which the Wall Street Journal has called “Frankensteinian.” By constructing works that present carefully choreographed formal elements, Stockholder says that she aims to “present the material world in a way that is understandable.” Her works are rich with color, often coated in bright and plasticky paint, elaborating an influence of Robert Rauschenberg’s assemblage sculptures.

Jessica Stockholder

Decals Roam to Move, 2015

8 hollow core door panels, vinyl, hardware, tree bark, copper flashing, cork veneer, photograph, acrylic paint, sheepskin, spool of wire, galvanized car part, plexiglass, wood veneer
93 1/2 × 166 × 28 in
237.5 × 421.6 × 71 cm
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