Objects by Mark Manders often appear to be made from some other material than what seems to have been used. What look like found objects, may in fact have been handmade. Manders often uses reduction of scale in his works; shrinking them to 88% of the actual or real world proportions.
‘With several things, I made a small arrangement. I then laid a rope on these things like a drawing that had fallen prey to the force of gravity, as if the scene has been exposed to a melancholy gravitational pull.’ Mark Manders
|Medium||Sand, porcelain, wood, iron, cat-skin, rope, glass|
|Dimensions||202 x 470 x 200 cm|
|Credit Line||IMMA Collection: Purchase, 2005|
|Not on view|
|Copyright||© Courtesy Zeno X Gallery Antwerp and photographer Geert Goiris.
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