PRIVATEVIEW, Turin

I propose that art-making is a radical act in the moment, and yet based on history. The purpose of one is to illuminate the other. There are two histories involved; one is from Art and one is that of the maker. Without one you cannot have the other. They are intertwined, much like the relationship of art and the viewer. This exhibition offers new insights on all fronts.
Ted Larsen

 

 

 

Ted Larsen, Neat Mess, 2016, Salvage steel, marine-grade plywood, silicone, vulcanized rubber, hardware, chemicals, 21 x 18 x 5 cm
Ted Larsen, Same Difference, 2016, Salvage steel, marine-grade plywood, silicone, vulcanized rubber, hardware, chemicals, 64 x 60 x 8 cm
Ted Larsen, Voodoo Science, 2016, Salvage steel, marine-grade plywood, silicone, vulcanized rubber, hardware, chemicals, 15 x 17 x 5 cm
Ted Larsen, White Lie, 2016, Salvage steel, marine-grade plywood, silicone, vulcanized rubber, hardware, chemicals, 25 x 17 x 7 cm
Ted Larsen, Whole Parts, 2016, Salvage steel, marine-grade plywood, silicone, vulcanized rubber, hardware, chemicals, 17 x 18 x 5 cm
Ted Larsen, Awfully Nice, 2016, Salvage steel, marine-grade plywood, silicone, vulcanized rubber, hardware, chemicals, 10 x 84 x 10 cm