Public Art Fund: B. Wurtz


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B. Wurtz: Kitchen Trees

For nearly fifty years, Wurtz has used found objects to create idiosyncratic assemblages related to basic human needs – food, clothing, or shelter. The sculptures here are made from everyday items found in the kitchen. With Kitchen Trees, Wurtz resourcefully re-uses these common materials in unexpected ways, yet still preserves their legibility. The resulting sculptures demonstrate a genuine appreciation for the value and beauty of ordinary things and help us see the extraordinary possibilities of our everyday surroundings. They celebrate potential where it might not otherwise be apparent, offering a different kind of creative nourishment for us to enjoy.

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Directed by Jonathan Sanden


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