Roelof Louw and British sculpture since the 1960s / Joy Sleeman.
- London, United Kingdom : Ridinghouse, 2018.
- Manchester, United Kingdom : Distributed in the UK and Europe by Cornerhouse Publications
New York, New York : Distributed in the United States and Canada by ARTBOOK/D.A.P.
191 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
- Louw, Roelof -- Criticism and interpretation.
Louw, Roelof -- Influence.
Sculpture, Modern -- 20th century -- History.
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- Roelof Louw (1936-2017) created sculpture from wooden slats, cast-iron wedges, sand-blasted and painted scaffolding poles, rope and neon. He made installations using industrial rubber bands, rolled-up lead sheets, or using tape recorders and the movements of viewers around a space. His work addresses itself to our bodies and minds, implicating them in its realisation and its sites, which might be streets, parks, woods or galleries.
- Introduction: five sites for five sculptures
Soul City (Pyramid of Oranges), 1967
Park Lane, 1968
Pictorial interlude: Rope Piece, Location and Rolled Lead Piece
'Sound Recorder' Works, 1971
Tower of Babel, 2007-15
Roelof Louw in conversation with Jon Wood.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Louw, Roelof, artist.
Wood, Jon, interviewer.
- Louw, Roelof. Works. Selections.
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