The Kick-About #67 ‘El Anatsui’

This week’s inspiration is artist El Anatsui.

Red's Kingdom


Our previous Kick-About was an explosive affair, as Turner’s Mount Vesuvius in Eruption re-surfaced the land, sea and sky with glowing skeins of lava and fired our imaginations. No less spectacular are the sculptural installations of artist El Anatsui, whose enormous, glinting mosaics drape gallery walls like bejewelled magma. Enjoy this latest showcase of new works made in a short time inspired by Anatsui’s works.


Phil Hosking

“On seeing El Anatsui’s incredible sculptures I felt exceptionally inspired to make. There’s something about his process of turning discarded relics of human mass consumption into objects of such beauty that resonated with me. Over recent years I’ve collected bucket loads of plastic from various beaches in Kent, never really knowing what to do with them, suddenly when I laid a bucket full out on the work bench, I started pulling them together and adding some order, which is what I got from…

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7 responses to “The Kick-About #67 ‘El Anatsui’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Sumptuous offerings from you this week, Kerfe! X

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  2. calmkate says :

    a mosaic drape, how awesome!

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  3. robertawrites235681907 says :

    Ah now I understand all the volcano poems, Kerfe. Going over to read more.

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