Rita McBride, ‘Central Africa’, 2015, Alexander and Bonin
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Rita McBride

Central Africa, 2015

Water jet cut brass plate with liver of sulfur patina and renaissance wax in 3 parts
25 1/2 × 65 1/2 × 1/5 in
64.8 × 166.4 × 0.5 cm
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New York
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Rita McBride
American, b. 1960
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Throughout her career, Rita McBride has been skirting the labels others have applied to her practice; her works could be considered industrial design, public art, sculpture, architecture, and installation, or some combination thereof. Her interests lie in exploring the potential of her materials and engaging with the public, often by manipulating scale and the conventional associations of certain materials. McBride has pioneered the use of rust-free carbon, which she developed in partnership with a Bavarian corporation specializing in construction materials. Her most widely traveled piece, Arena (1997), is a monumental modular sculpture designed for quick installation and disassembly; it’s made of wood and Twaron, a heat-resistant fiberglass. Her pieces invite the viewer to interact, explore, and even reconfigure.

Rita McBride, ‘Central Africa’, 2015, Alexander and Bonin
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Rita McBride
American, b. 1960
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Throughout her career, Rita McBride has been skirting the labels others have applied to her practice; her works could be considered industrial design, public art, sculpture, architecture, and installation, or some combination thereof. Her interests lie in exploring the potential of her materials and engaging with the public, often by manipulating scale and the conventional associations of certain materials. McBride has pioneered the use of rust-free carbon, which she developed in partnership with a Bavarian corporation specializing in construction materials. Her most widely traveled piece, Arena (1997), is a monumental modular sculpture designed for quick installation and disassembly; it’s made of wood and Twaron, a heat-resistant fiberglass. Her pieces invite the viewer to interact, explore, and even reconfigure.

Rita McBride

Central Africa, 2015

Water jet cut brass plate with liver of sulfur patina and renaissance wax in 3 parts
25 1/2 × 65 1/2 × 1/5 in
64.8 × 166.4 × 0.5 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
Location
New York
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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