Artists

  • Changes 2010 New Greenham Park

    Gudrun Nielsen, Changes 2010 New Greenham Park, Cor-ten steel, recycled materials from the old RAF runway, 2400 x 200 x 162 cm

  • Absent Core 2014 Hljókskálagardurinn, Reykjavík

    Gudrun Nielsen, Absent Core 2014 Hljókskálagardurinn, Reykjavík, timber, dye, textile, 670 x 400 x 235 cm

  • Borrowed View 231 2012 Edsvik Konsthall, Sollentuna, Sweden

    Gudrun Nielsen, Borrowed View 231 2012 Edsvik Konsthall, Sollentuna, Sweden, MDF, perspex, watercolours, video and sound, Large Scale Installation

  • Labyrinth 2015 Prince´s Gardens South Kensington

    Gudrun Nielsen, Labyrinth 2015 Prince´s Gardens South Kensington , timber, hessian. colour, Large Scale Installation

Gudrun Nielsen FRBS

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  • Website: http://www.gudrunnielsen.co.uk

Gudrun aligns herself with the kind of three-dimensional art which might be called a modernist-based formalism with minimalist or constructivist overtones. The „Japan factor“ should be seen in the context of the second aspect of Gudrun´s „style“

Gudrun aligns herself with the kind of three-dimensional art which might be called a modernist-based formalism with minimalist or constructivist overtones. The ‘Japan factor’ should be seen in the context of the second aspect of Gudrun´s ‘style’, her enduring interest in clear and concise forms and proportions, and in qualities such as lightness and harmony, in short, everything that contributes to the optimum balance of elements within the work at hand as well as the environment without. These are qualities traditionally associated with the Japanese attitude to mass and space, as seen in the work of their most prominent architects. A fundamental aspect of this attitude is a certain spareness with regard to materials, which is also something that Gudrún subscribes to. Adalsteinn Ingolfsson.

  • Categories: Architectural/Monumental/Relief
  • Materials: Bronze, Mixed media, Metal (other)
  • Location: Europe