Jim Lambie. Male Stripper

From the psychedelic taped floor works Zobop to glitter covered turntables, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms objects and materials gleaned from the most ordinary of circumstances into objects and environments of dizzying and bejewelled gorgeousness. His interest in the transforming power of pop and soul music, and his playful use of materials have led him to make some of the most memorable works to be seen in the past five years. Male Stripper marks Lambie’s new installation made for Modern Art Oxford in Autumn 2003. This fully illustrated book features installation views of the works in the exhibition and an important new essay on Lambie’s work by novelist and writer Michael Bracewell.

Text: Bracewell Michael. pp. 28; hardcover. Publisher: MOMA Museum of Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, 2004.

ISBN: 9781901352191| 1901352196

ID: AM-9178

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From the psychedelic taped floor works Zobop to glitter covered turntables, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie transforms objects and materials gleaned from the most ordinary of circumstances into objects and environments of dizzying and bejewelled gorgeousness. His interest in the transforming power of pop and soul music, and his playful use of materials have led him to make some of the most memorable works to be seen in the past five years. Male Stripper marks Lambie’s new installation made for Modern Art Oxford in Autumn 2003. This fully illustrated book features installation views of the works in the exhibition and an important new essay on Lambie’s work by novelist and writer Michael Bracewell.

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