‘Redford’s photographs of urinals…dialogue with art historical motifs that precede discourses of minimal art and postmodern understandings of the abject. In representing the site of male urination, they evoke the oxidation paintings of Andy Warhol, who directed young men to piss onto canvases prepared with copper oxide, resulting in compelling abstract imagery….All of that is in Redford’s photographs and at the same time they are completely empty and quiet and contemplative…They are pure sensory experience like rainfall, even transcendent in their purity. They are concerned with beauty, but they are beyond debates about beauty. They are indifferent and in this they are transcendent.’
Christopher Chapman, ‘Scott Redford’s urinals’ in Scott Redford et.al., ‘Bricks are Heavy’, (exh. cat) Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, pp 6-7
type C photograph
110.0 x 76.0 cm image/sheet; 114.0 x 82.0 cm frame
Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Contemporary Collection Benefactors 2007
Not on display
© Scott Redford
Referenced in 1 publication
Scott Redford, Bricks are heavy, 2006, 81-4 (illus.).