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Title

Block and breathing hole - 117 days in Japan

1997-1998


Artist

Rosslynd Piggott

Australia

06 Jul 1958 -


Details


Date

1997-1998


Media category

Mixed media


Materials used

glass, cotton and Japanese shikishi boards


Dimensions

140.0 x 48.5 x 51.0 cm overall :

a - glass box housing cards, 27 x 26.4 x 22 cm

b - Japanese cards, 27 x 24.2 cm, each card

c - glass pedestal, 110 x 48.5 x 51 cm


Signature & date

Not signed. Not dated.


Credit

Purchased with funds provided by the Art Gallery Society of New South Wales Contempo Group 1999


Location

Not on display


Accession number

63.1999.a-c


Artist information

Rosslynd Piggott

Works in the collection

3


Shown in 4 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 6 publications

Bibliography


Rachel Kent, The Infinite Space: Women, Minimalism and the Sculptural Object, 'Minimalism: past and present", pg. 4-10, Melbourne, 1998, 7 (illus.), 8, 27, 28 (colour illus.), 32.

The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama (Editor), Swallowing night: Rosslynd Piggott, Japan, 1997, 7, 13 (colour illus.), 15. cat.no. 8

Wayne Tunnicliffe, Look, 'Past/Present/Future: the importance of collecting contemporary work and Contempo's contribution', pg.14-15, Sydney, Apr 2003, 15.

Judith White (Editor), Look, 'Society Acquisitions: A year of gifts to the Gallery', pg. 16, Melbourne, Dec 1999-Jan 2000, 16.

Judith White (Editor), Look, 'Lookout: Presentation evening', pg. 7, Melbourne, Nov 1999, 7.

Art Gallery of New South Wales annual report 1999, 'Collections: International Modern and Contemporary Art', pg. 21, Sydney, 1999, 21.