Timothy Segers’ work is about the suggestion of freedom. Having enjoyed an academic education in film, cultural studies, product development, sculpture and trained as a blacksmith, Timothy Segers’work is characterised by the integration of sculptures into their surroundings and their adaptability to constantly changing situations. His skilfully produced art pieces find endless possibilities for they can be limitlessly moved and/or re-attached. In this manner, the artist encourages a new form of dialogue between the spectator and the work of art in an ever evolving context. This implies a radical breakaway from the framed pictures and the closed and static suggestions that rule the art scene. The spectator becomes the creator being granted the liberty to determine the stance of the work of art receiving an active dramaturgic role to shape his own environment.
Publisher: David Zwirner
Books Artists: Marcel Dzama, Seeing Shakespeare
Contributors: Leslie Jamison
Designer: Sarah Schrauwen
Printer: VeronaLibri, Verona
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 6 × 9 in | 15.2 × 22.9 cm
color ISBN: 9781644230442
Retail: $30 | £22 | €27
Status: Not Yet Published
Stock: Out of Stock
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