Urs Fischer’s installations

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Tuesday 2 December 2008

New York and Zurich-based artist Urs Fischer’s entropic sculptures and installations blows apart people’s expectations of what to expect at a gallery. Last year’s installation, You, at Gavin Brown was a 38-foot-by-30-foot crater dug into the gallery floor. His huge, ambitious works seem frantic and impulsive despite the immense planning and meticulous execution they often require. His mockery of physics, and the enormous scale and shock-and-awe quality of his work suggest the god-like potency of an artist, at least within a gallery space.

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Will Coles’ concrete installations

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By Zolton in New Art on Tuesday 21 October 2008

We asked Australian designer and illustrator, Jane Abma, to tell us about an artist whose work she really admires right now. This is what she had to say: ‘While wandering the streets of the inner West of Sydney, I stumbled across one of the most original street artists I have encountered in some time. Local artist Will Coles glues his intriguing concrete installations of mobile phones, TV remotes and TVs along alleys and pathways in a way that one has to look closely to discover them. I appreciate his works not necessarily because of the message he may or may not be trying to communicate, but simply because they provoke one to take more notice of the little things that often go completely under the radar’

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In bed with scale

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By Snell in New Art on Thursday 27 September 2007

Ron Mueck, an Australian hyper-realist sculptor working out of London, has created this intriguing work ‘In Bed’ that I couldn’t resist.

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