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Inverse III

Inverse, the title for this series of wall-based works refers to the rectangular sections of negative space removed from the minimalist sculptures, while the woven organically-shaped substance that appears to grow and spread across the panels creates a push and pull between two-dimensional sculpture and three-dimensional drawing.

Carly Scoufos, Inverse III, 2012, woven galvanised wire & acrylic paint on timber base, 95x95x20cm

More pieces by Carly Scoufos

Inverse I

Inverse, the title for this series of wall-based works refers to the rectangular sections of negative space removed from the minimalist sculptures, while the woven organically-shaped substance that appears to grow and spread across the panels creates a push and pull between two-dimensional sculpture and three-dimensional drawing. Carly Scoufos, Inverse I, 2012, woven galvanised wire… View Article

Inverse III

Inverse, the title for this series of wall-based works refers to the rectangular sections of negative space removed from the minimalist sculptures, while the woven organically-shaped substance that appears to grow and spread across the panels creates a push and pull between two-dimensional sculpture and three-dimensional drawing. Carly Scoufos, Inverse III, 2012, woven galvanised wire &… View Article

Interlaced in Four Parts

Much of Carly’s studio practice focuses on the notion of part to whole and the way in which a surface or pattern can appear one way when viewed from afar, yet change on closer inspection to create a perceptual push and pull. Interval in Four Parts was shortlisted for the 2013 Clayton Utz Art Prize…. View Article