30 Sept - 29 Nov 2009. Glasgow artist Karla Black (born in 1972) makes process-based sculptural pieces using household materials such as clothing, flour and lipstick, in a style that incorporates aspects of both minimalism and classical sculpture. Described as possessing a 'precarious fragility' her works invoke previously traditional feminine roles such as nursing and baking. This exhibition is Black's most comprehensive to date and comprises an ambitious series of sculptures made specifically for the upper galleries of Modern Art Oxford.
Tues-Sat 10.00-17.00, Sun 12.00-17.00