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Its title is a combination of the words “physical” and “chromatic,” a reflection of Cruz-Diez’s lifelong ambition to create situations in which viewers could experience color not only visually, but also physically. 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At that time he was a pioneer in introducing movement into sculpture and letting the viewer manipulate the work. By the 1960s he was experimenting with modern materials like Plexiglas, neon, and electrical motors. His utopian belief in the ability of science to create new and better worlds led in the early 1970s to his project for the Hydrospatial City, an imaginary environment suspended in space where artworks are no longer necessary because the aesthetic experience has been dissolved into everyday life. Hidroluz with its modern materials is typical of the work he was making as he developed his plans for the City. The jet of water against the Plexiglas sphere creates an infinite variety of forms and a dematerialized sculptural experience. While many of Kosice’s avant-garde colleagues of the 1940s abandoned art altogether or turned to more conventional work, Kosice continued to believe in the transformative power of art and the need to create new utopian models for living. 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During the following decade, when abstract painting was still equated with the modernist dogma “less is more”, the artist employed increasingly complex and geometric internal structures in his studio works and his large-scale public commissions. The profuseness of visual elements, which has led critics to call Gilliam’s art “baroque”, imparts a dazzling and almost theatrical quality to the works and seems to reflect the dynamism of modern life. Yet the rich and energetic aspects of Gilliam’s work are typically counterbalanced by a sense of coherence and harmony. In fact, Gilliam’s art can best be described as seeming spontaneous and eccentric, while being predetermined and rigorous. Pantheon II is one of a series of multiple-plane collages referring to the Greek word “pantheon”, a place inhabited by gods. The rhythms of shapes, colors and textures in the series echo the harmonies, dissonances and counterpoints of musical composition. Gilliam’s works have always possessed an extraordinary awareness of and power over the contexts in which they are seen; their intense coloration of clashing and complementary hues electrifies the surrounding space. ", "Dedication" : "Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Archer M. 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Its shimmering metal surface resembles a mosaic while its undulating form suggests a regal tapestry. The bold coloration and pattern also suggests traditional Kente textiles that are made by male weavers and traditionally used for religious and ceremonial occasions in Ghana, where Anatsui is from. Since 2002, Anatsui has been making these bottle-cap reliefs as a way of addressing the legacy of colonialism in Africa and the historic triangle trade, in which European countries imported alcohol into Africa in exchange for slaves, ivory, and gold. "Seepage" reminds us of the way that African people were treated as commodities or currency. This is one of very few double-sided bottle-cap works that Anatsui has ever made and the only one in a museum collection. 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