Michael Craig-Martin RA was determined that sculpture should
occupy a central space in this year’s exhibition, and his decision to paint the
walls sky blue has brought a sense of airiness to the room. This is something
that Bill Woodrow RA and Alison Wilding RA, who placed the artworks in this
gallery, have endeavoured to exploit.
The wall-based work by Jacqueline Poncelet, an artist invited to exhibit by Craig-Martin, was, for Wilding, an important starting point for the room. The early installation of this work became, as Wilding notes, “a useful marker for determining the placement for everything else”.
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