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Nigel Hall: Crossing (Horizontal)

Nigel Hall has refined a practice over forty years that is primarily concerned with enclosing and occupying space, light and shadow, through carefully considered and elegant lines.

Crossing (Horizontal) illustrates certain shapes that Hall employs regularly. Lines, whether horizontal, vertical or diagonal, and ellipses are devices he uses in combination to articulate his understanding of space.

"The sculptures, like landscapes, are best seen in slow motion, interspersed with moments of stillness. There’s the big picture of the sculpture in the landscape and being drawn to the form itself, so it’s the point at which they meet, the detail of one thing terminating and one thing beginning and I’ve always had a sense of the importance of that. I think when you site work it borrows parts of a view and features of its natural or urban environment."


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