AM-7269

Paul Morrison. Chloroplast

Sometimes plausible, sometimes inconceivable, Paul Morrison’s starkly black-and-white wall works, with their precisely defined forms, relocate the viewer into a fictitious place equipped with a range of comfortably familiar allusions. Constructed through a combination of gently rounded forms derived equally from Walt Disney and the rigor of the botanical draftsman, Morrison’s imaginary world mixes the earnest truth with the sincere make-believe. Essays by Simon Wallis, Godfrey Wordsdale and Andrea Madesta. Foreword by Ellen Seifermann.

cm 21×27; pp. 76; COL and BW; paperback. Publisher: Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln, 2002.

ISBN: 9783883755779| 388375577X

 30,00

ID: AM-7269

Product Description

Sometimes plausible, sometimes inconceivable, Paul Morrison’s starkly black-and-white wall works, with their precisely defined forms, relocate the viewer into a fictitious place equipped with a range of comfortably familiar allusions. Constructed through a combination of gently rounded forms derived equally from Walt Disney and the rigor of the botanical draftsman, Morrison’s imaginary world mixes the earnest truth with the sincere make-believe. Essays by Simon Wallis, Godfrey Wordsdale and Andrea Madesta. Foreword by Ellen Seifermann.