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Santiago Sierra: 7 forms measuring 600 x 60 x 60cm, constructed to be held horizontal to a wall

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Santiago Sierra | Object measuring 600 x 57 x 52 cm constructed to be held horizontally to a wall | Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich, Switzerland, April 2001

Santiago Sierra: 7 forms measuring 600 x 60 x 60cm, constructed to be held horizontal to a wall

20–28 November 2010 | Gallery 1.2, GoMA

Spanish artist Santiago Sierra is renowned for provocative art works that focus our attention on inequities in social and economic systems. For his exhibition at GoMA Sierra will produce a new installation, titled 7 forms measuring 600 x 60 x 60cm, constructed to be held horizontal to a wall, in which a group of monolithic sculptural forms are supported on the shoulders of paid workers for the week long exhibition. A Kaldor Public Art Project, this will be the artist’s first major exhibition in Australia.

Public Programs

IN-CONVERSATION

2.00pm Saturday 20 November Cinema B, GoMA

Artist Santiago Sierra is in conversation with Nicholas Chambers, Curator, Contemporary International Art, QAG, introduced by Tony Ellwood, Director, QAG.

 Free | no bookings necessary.

Supported by

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‘Santiago Sierra: 7 forms measuring 600 x 60 x 60cm, constructed to be held horizontal to a wall’ is presented in partnership with Kaldor Public Art Projects.  Support is provided by the The Balnaves Foundation and Consulate General of Spain in Sydney. Recruitment assistance provided by Empire Careers