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    Artist Name:

    Tony Cragg

    Nationality & Life Dates:

    British, born 1949

    Title:

    Eroded Landscape

    Date:

    1992

    Medium:

    Glass

    Dimensions:

    48 3/8 x 39 3/8 x 67 3/4 inches

    Credit Line:

    Purchase for the Elson Collection of Contemporary Glass

    Accession Number:

    1998.43

    Currently Not on View
    Tony Cragg’s diversely complex oeuvre deals with the things that populate our world, particularly the scraps and detritus of consumer culture. In this piece, for example, the variety of materials ranges from Coca-Cola bottles, wine goblets, and laboratory equipment to a dime-store candy dish. Cragg’s manipulation of these materials helps us to see them in new ways. These things are physically and metaphysically tied to us, yet we are increasingly unaware of the role they play. Confronted with objects that are presented in a new context, scale, or color, we have the opportunity to reconsider the physical world and the metaphysical inferences we draw from it.



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