Not on display
- Anthea Alley 1927–1993
- Object: 337 × 279 × 298 mm
- Purchased 1964
Anthea Alley b. 1927
T00655 Spatial Form 1962–63
Welded brass, 13¼ x 11 x11¾ (33.5 x 28 x 30).
Purchased from the Hamilton Galleries (Grant-in-Aid) 1964.
Exh: Hamilton Galleries, March-April 1964 (4).
Repr: Studio, CLXX, 1965, p. 90.
This is one of a series of sculptures made mainly from machine stampings, that is to say from the lengths of metal remaining after strips have been fed into a machine which stamps out circular discs, ovals and such-like. Anthea Alley first began to work with these in 1962 and has used a variety of metals and patterns (usually only one kind in each piece) to obtain effects of transparency, space and movement.
Published in The Tate Gallery Report 1964–1965, London 1966.