- Malcolm Carder born 1936
- Perspex, iron and aluminium
- Object: 483 x 457 x 273 mm
- Purchased 1966
Not on display
Malcolm Carder b. 1936
T00824 Construction No. 21/64 1964
Construction of perspex, formica and aluminium, 19 x 18 x 10¾ (48 x 45.5 x 27.5).
Purchased from the artist through the Axiom Gallery (Knapping Fund) 1966.
The artist wrote (15 May 1966): ‘My first constructions were made in metal and found objects, were surrealistic and subjective in content. “21/64” was an important early attempt at constructing a “perceptual” programme in space. The work is “objective”, “natural”, spontaneous and open-ended (as much as the dust cover permits) using the space outside the immediate environs of the structure as an integral element. Subsequent work in 1965/66 has become more disciplined, austere, symmetrical (close ended) and horizontal ...’
Published in The Tate Gallery Report 1965–1966, London 1967.