Paolozzi's main sculptural work in the 1950s consisted of
large bronzed forms that resembled lumbering monsters,
half organic, half machine. As the decade continued
these creatures began to morph into architectural forms
reminiscent of sideboards and elaborate fire-surrounds.
Ben Highmore, Professor of Cultural Studies at the
University of Sussex, will explore this progression with
reference to the artist's life and the relationship between
sculpture and architecture.
Talk + wine: £12 (Friends £10.50)
Talk only: £8.50 (Friends £7, Students £7.50)
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