Two Sculptures

by Christina Thomas


Left: Christina Thomas, Enza, 1983, painted Plastercoat, 46 × 12 × 12 inches. Right: Christina Thomas, Solara, 1983, painted Plastercoat, 47 × 17 × 17 inches. Photos by Borowiak. Courtesy of Galerie Rolfe Ricke.

Tectonical Turn

Christina Thomas’s sculptures have neither object-character nor a figurative meaning. They seem to be self-confident space-beings or introverted castle-towers, that could stand in a rough mythic landscape, they could also face the architecture of Luis Barragan, or, thinking to 1984, personify weird-looking observation posts.

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Abstraction
BOMB 7
Fall 1983
The cover of BOMB 7
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