Time, Transition, and Dissent
|ISBN:||978 1 906412753|
|Dimensions:||19cm x 24cm|
In direct response to the horrors of the twentieth and twenty-first century, Sandle’s work has formed a critique of what he describes as ‘the heroic decadence’ of capitalism, and the exertion and abuse of power in global conflict, politics and culture.
This catalogue was published to coincide with a survey exhibition of works exploring the enduring themes of mortality, memorialisation, and remembrance at Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road. Time, Transition, and Dissent brings together large-scale sculptures, works on paper, and maquettes for hypothetical public monuments from the 1970s to the present day.
The catalogue includes an essay by John McEwen.