Space Shifters

Art and sculpture exploring perception and space at the Hayward Gallery.

Written by Craig Berry
Junior Designer at VBAT

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Space Shifters at the Hayward Gallery
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Jeppe Hein — 360 Illusion III° (2007)
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Anish Kapoor — Non-Object (Door) (2008)
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Yayoi Kusama — Narcissus Garden (1966–2018)
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Monika Sosnowska — Handrail (2016–2018)
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Alicja Kwade — WeltenLinie (2017)
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Charlotte Posenenske — Square Tubes Series D (16967–2018)

Overall with this exhibition I liked the curation of artists and the pieces which I mentioned here although it felt like there was a few filler pieces; albeit still exploring space and perception.

The exhibition also features artwork by Josiah McElheny, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Fred Eversley, John McCracken, Fred Sandback, Helen Pashgian, Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, Roni Horn, De Wain Valentine, Leonor Antunes, Ann Veronica Janssens, Felix Gonzalez-Torres and the most popular by far, Richard Wilson and his 20:50 installation.

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Space Shifters Exhibition at the Hayward Gallery

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written by Craig Berry, Creative at VBAT
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