A mark, a movement, a line, an image, a shape, a moulded form, a broken item, a dismantled mechanism, a placed object…there are endless possibilities. This publication sets out to blur the edges of what it is to work in three dimensions, while resisting notions of more traditional dividing principles used to define artistic output. Volume1: Geometry of Nothing sets out to demonstrate that there exists a grey area of creative influx – a potential in-between things – where there appears, at first glance...to be nothing.
Cover image by Jesse Draxler
" The volume of material is staggering! Such a brilliant way to engage with the work of the artists involved and with the amount of approaches to the topic. "