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Mark Titchner

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Mark Titchner<br/>When We Build Let Us Think That We Build Forever, 2006<br/>© The Artist, Courtesy Zabludowicz Collection and Vilma Gold, London<br/> Mark Titchner
When We Build Let Us Think That We Build Forever, 2006
© The Artist, Courtesy Zabludowicz Collection and Vilma Gold, London
  1. Mark Titchner
    When We Build Let Us Think That We Build Forever, 2006
    © The Artist, Courtesy Zabludowicz Collection and Vilma Gold, London
Mark Titchner’s major installation When We Build Let Us Think That We Build Forever (2006) includes sound, moving image, light, sculpture and printed fabric in an installation with an imposing material presence. Alluding to Plato’s allegory of the Cave, Titchner’s total environment interweaves references ranging from the Bible to artistic movements such as modernism, surrealism and suprematism, and filmic references such as Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange (1971). The result is a heavily charged symbolic space in which sound and light are used to create a powerful effect on the viewer.


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