For some years now, James Angus has been using an advanced system of co-ordinate geometry to make sculptures that map the forms of a range of seemingly unrelated things. In his current exhibition, Angus continues to bring such disparate objects together in order to demonstrate that geometry does not discriminate between animate and inanimate things.

Exhibition Dates: 26 September – 19 October 2002
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James Angus Untitled, 0; Acrylic paint; 312 x 242 cm; enquire
Untitled, 0
Acrylic paint
312 x 242 cm
James Angus Manta Ray, 2002; hydrocal
; 60 x 305 x 242 cm; enquire
Manta Ray, 2002
hydrocal
60 x 305 x 242 cm
James Angus Palazzo della Civilta Italiana, 2001; laser cut cardboard; 45 cm high x 95 cm diameter; Edition of 5; enquire
Palazzo della Civilta Italiana, 2001
laser cut cardboard
45 cm high x 95 cm diameter
Edition of 5
James Angus Dom-Ino Colour Separation, 2002; acrylic; 15.5 x 18 x 20 cm; enquire
Dom-Ino Colour Separation, 2002
acrylic
15.5 x 18 x 20 cm
James Angus Soccerball dropped from 35,000 feet, 2002; Aluminium; 16.5 x 16.5 x 17.5 cm; Edition of 5; enquire
Soccerball dropped from 35,000 feet, 2002
Aluminium
16.5 x 16.5 x 17.5 cm
Edition of 5