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Research point: Casting, internal space/ external form

Tony Cragg (b.1949)

Cragg’s sculpture is often regarded as the ne plus ultra of what was once called concrete abstraction. The restless interplay of shapes and spaces and his use of a range of materials, some with a longer history in art than others (stone, wood, and bronze in contrast to fiberglass, Kevlar, and stainless steel, which are sometimes vividly painted), support this. (KUSPIT, 2004)

Fig. 1. POINTS OF VIEW
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