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Catalogue Number Image Title Date Description Dimensions (cm) Notes
A1 Not known c1981 Small metal wall sculpture of three parts, in light grey, black and yellow. W45 L25 H10 See unnamed slide in 1981 black lever arch
A2 Not known c1981 Small metal wall sculpture made of three parts in white, yellow and grey connected with wire W35 L25 H8.5 Approximated date due to similarity to A1 ON LOAN TO HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE
A3 Not known 1982 Small metal wall sculpture made of three parts coloured red, blue and silver with patchy yellow. The three components are pinned with bent nails. W38 L19 H14 See 1982 file for photographs.
A4 Simoon II 1982 Small metal wall sculpture made of three parts coloured light pink, light blue and yellow/orange. The three components are pinned with bent nails and wire. W15 L20 H16.5 See 1982 file for photographs of how the sculpture should be hung.
A5 Simoon? 1982 Small metal wall sculpture made of three parts, two coloured light blue flecked with pink, yellow and one left silver. The three components are pinned with bent nails. W18 L24.5 H15 See 1982 file for photographs of how the sculpture should be hung.
A6 Suchi I 1982 Small metal wall sculpture made of five parts. Components are held together with a combination of wire and nails. Surfaces of two of the metal parts are coloured blue and covered with a hammered texture, another, set below the latter is decorated with drill holes. Sweeping over these larger surfaces are two thin strips of metal, one silver, the other yellow. W39 L18 H18 See 1982 file for photographs of how the sculpture should be hung. ON LOAN TO HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE
A7 Not known c1982 Small metal wall sculpture made of four parts held together with a combination of wire and nails. Consists of a small piece of metal coloured pink, with an orange underside. The sheet is bent to form a small pod at one end and flattened at the other, and is encompassed by curving copper wires and a silver strip of metal. W18 L11.5 H14 Supposed date of 1982 due to similarity to Suchi in terms of texture and colour.
A8 Not known c1981/2 Metal wall sculpture made of three parts held together with wire. Constructed of a metal half cone painted pink with hammered around the top and bottom painted black. Two silver metal strips wind around the cone, and each other. W18 L46 H12 See 1981 file for photographs of this sculpture. However, style seems more in keeping with the 1982 works. PRIVATE COLLECTION - MATT RUGG
A9 Not known 1983 Metal wall sculpture made of two parts held together with small wire coils. Made with lead fashioned in to a shape similar to a human heart. A thin pipe winds around the lead and is cut at a slant on one end, the exposed surface of the pipe has been painted bright pink. W10 L18.5 H10 See 1983 black lever arch file for photographs of this sculpture Summershow (Summer ’83).
A10 Not known c1983 Metal wall sculpture made of three parts held together with wire and bent nails. Consists of two pieces of lead fashioned to fit together with a hinge joining them together at a pointed tip. At the opposite end to the hinge there are to half spheres beaten out of the lead, these meet to from a sphere when pushed together. One half sphere is painted in motley blue. A strip of metal runs up one side of the bottom lead piece and has holes drilled in it to attach the sculpture to the wall. W16 L18.5 H11 This sculpture is similar A9
A11 Tantalus II 1983 Small piece of lead fashioned in to a torch-like shape with a small bowl at the top the inside of which is painted blue. The lead slots through a loop of copper piping with can be nailed to the wall W7 L11.5 H8
A12 Not known c1983 Scrunched lead wall sculpture fashioned in to a fish tail at one end, the other end forms a bowl, the inside of which is painted pink. The bowl is encircled by a thin strip of copper painted silver. The tail is decorated with large silver teeth and drilled holes. W28 L12 H8.5 Similarity to A11 implies date of 1983
A13 Light of My Life 1984 Small wall sculpture made from a single sheet of sculpted metal painted blue and a small sheet of copper fixed to the back. The top of the sculptue is a half moon shape, below this is a series of drilled holes which leave bars of the metal behind, offering a glimpse of the copper. The bottom of the sculpture is an oval shape cut on one side from the main sheet and pushed backwards. The latter has been given a bubbled texture using blue/green paint. W14.5 L25 H5
A14 No Dusk 1984 Wall sculpture made from chicken wire and a small piece of sheet metal. The chicken wire has been shaped in to a cone with a bulbous end which encases a small claw of metal. The whole sculpture has been painted with a mottled blue paint. W13 L37 H9
A15 On the Up 1984 Wall sculpture made of two parts; one component is a sheet of metal with a bifurcation at one end and a rolled cone at the other, this is attached to the other part with wire. The latter is a painted blue cone made from a thin metal mesh with larger holes drilled in to the bottom. W19 L25 H11
A16 Would that we Could 1984 Wall sculpture made of three parts; a metal sheet hammered to form a symmetrical impression of two sets of index finger and thumb one silver and the other a mix of black, blue, green and pink, arranged to form the infinity symbol. Each finger has a gold leafed fingernail. Sitting on top of the fingers is a piece of metal mesh finished in a point and painted gold, the mesh is curved over at the top edges to fasten a brass semi circle of metal, slightly bent in half, in to place. W24 L17 H10
A17 Not known 1984 Wall sculpture in the form of a boat made of three parts and three lengths of copper wire. The body of the boat is made from a silver metal painted with orange and pink paint and the sail is made from corrugated metal painted with the same colours on the front and white on the reverse. W19 L15 H5
A18 I Must Go Down to the Sea Again 1984 Sculpture made of two sheets of metal, hammered and riveted together to form a bulbous and sharply pointed conical shape with seamed edges, painted dark red with an enameled texture. W29 L43 H12 PUBLIC COLLECTION – TATE BRITAIN
A19 Amethyst and Amber 1985 Two sheets of metal attached together with rivets and wire. The top sheet of metal is fashioned in to a scoop at the crown of the sculpture, the edges then swoop downwards, creating a curve around the left hand side of the sculpture and finishing in a point. The surfaces are coloured with a mixture of purple an amber metallic paint with dabs of gold leaf. W23 L54 H8
A20 Mandarin 1985 Sculpture constructed of two metal sheets sculpted and joined together using rivets and wire. The middle of the sculpture forms a bulbous semi circle which is skirted by a thick band of flat metal, mirrored on the reverse and joined together with wire loops. Crowning the large semi circle is a much thinner pod with a curved roof, joined to the lower part of the sculpture wiith a square bridge. W62 L32 H11 ON LOAN TO LESLEY DAVIES
A21 Not known 1985 Constructed of three pieces of metal riveted together to form a conical shape with a spiraling pointed top and a semicircular bottom. W35 L51 H16 Based on the shape of a Stupa. PUBLIC COLLECTION – TATE BRITAIN
A22 Not known c1987 Free standing sculpture constructed of three pieces; a piece of leather moulded in to the head of a fish the end of which is wound around a spike set into a wooden base. The end of the leather around the spike is painted with metallic bronze paint and the inside of the leather is partly painted blue. W5 H38.5
A23 Not known c1989 Sheet of metal bent to form a the front of a cone flanked at the top by two points. The front surface has been painted white and the back with copper and black paint. W21 L25 H13 This is part of a sculpture which can be found in the 1989 black lever arch file.
A24 Not known A piece of copper piping curved around almost in to a circle with two pieces of purple wire inserted in to it at one end, the other ends are attached at the opposite side of the circle with copper wire. W42 L23 H9.5 The date and origin of this piece is unknown.
A25 Not known A two part work which bears a resemblance to a lily. The head is made from a sculpted piece of lead and the stalk from a rolled piece of copper. The date and origin of this piece is unknown.
A26 Not known A small piece of rolled lead decorated with a variety of different coloured paints and gold leaf. W14 L3 H3 The date and origin of this piece is unknown.
A27 Not known A single sheet of method fashioned in to a small bowl with a jagged edge and small point. Painted deep purple and varnished. W6.5 L7.5 H3.5 The date and origin of this piece is unknown.
A28 Not known A small piece of corrugated metal coiled round in to a cone and cut in to a zig zag around the bottom. The outside is painted white with fluorescent yellow spots and the inside is fluorescent yellow. There is a hook fixed in to the inside. W9.5 L16 H8 The date and origin of this piece is unknown.
A29 Not known A free standing piece of mesh arranged to create an onion shape, with a bulbous spherical middle, tapering in to a point at the top and flicked out around the bottom. The mesh has been painted turquoise and light blue and is covered in parts with gold leaf. W.6.5 L18 H7 The date and origin of this piece is unknown.
A30 Not known A small piece of rosso verona stone with a straight top edge and pointed end. The stone is covered with a layer of red clay. In the centre of the piece the clay has been pushed away to reveal the stone beneath in an arched niche. W14 L21 H4
A31 Sanctuary (?) A piece of Rosso Verona stone with three straight edges; the fourth, at the top, remains jagged. The stone is covered with red clay which is pushed away in the centre to reveal the polished stone beneath in an arch, the clay forms wrinkles where it has been pushed back, framing the stone. There are small touches of gold metallic paint over the surface of the work. W32 L16.5 H2.5
A32 Touch c1992 Gesso compound on oiled stone. A piece of ochre coloured stone with one straight edge at the top. In the centre of the stone is a slightly curved molding with a small lip made from compound, and painted with gesso. W30.5 L30.5 H4.5 Date is approximated
A33 Niche (?) Wall sculpture made from a piece of polished white marble with a small crescent moon molding of white clay set on the left hand side of the top edge. The clay bulges outwards on the front side of and is painted with gesso, the upper rim is covered with gold leaf. W23.5 L20.5 D2
A34 Weightless Gesso and compound on marble. A long thin piece of marble overlaid with a stretched semi circle of moulded compound, smoothed off and painted with gesso. W53.5 H8.5 D3.5
A35 Not known c1992 Hardened red clay on Rosso Verona. Small irregular piece of stone without wall fixings, molded around the edge with areas of hardened red clay, shaped with imprints of fingers. W22 L16.5 H8
A36 Tomb Gesso and metallic paint on marble A triangle of stone with wall fixings on the back, with a interior of a building (see notes) painted in the centre using gesso, gold and blue metal pigments. W34 H17 D3 See folder of building plans for interior tracings and drawings.
A37 Stupa Metal pigment on alabaster Piece of stone painted with gold pigment with a small area of alabaster left uncovered in the shape of a stupa; detail added with bronze pigment. The bottom edge of the stone is finished and left unpainted. W22 H16 D(depth)3 See folder of building plans for façade drawings.
A38 Lycian Tomb Metallic pigments on granite. Irregular shaped piece of granite painted with bronze metal pigment leaving small an area of granite in the shape of a tomb façade; the façade is decorated with a small gold outline of a door way. W23 H25 D3 See folder of building plans for interior tracings and drawings.
A39 Dieng Gold leaf and gesso on red granite. An irregular piece of red granite covered with gold leaf and gesso leaving only the silhouette of a temple façade showing through in red granite. W38 H40 D3.5 Slides show this work without the gesso paint on top of the gold leaf.
A40 Mosque Metal pigments on marble. Long thin piece of brownish marble, treated to create a polished surface leaving a small rough area which has been sandblasted to reveal the shape of a mosque façade; this is painted with gold and pearl metallic pigments. W20 H68 D3.5 See building plan tracings for image.
A41 Not known Metallic pigments on alabaster. Slab of alabaster painted with bronze pigment apart from an area in the shape of a stupa left as stone. All edges are rough and the piece has wall fixings. W25.5 H45.5 D3.5 See folder of building plans for interior tracings and drawings.
A42 Not known Metal pigments on marble Long thin piece of brownish marble, treated to create a polished surface leaving a small area which has been sandblasted in the shape of a façade, a door way within the image of the sandblasted façade has been painted with gold pigment. W19 H59 D3
A43 White Temple OR Green Temple Gesso and metallic paint on marble Gesso applied to green marble to create a slightly uneven paint coverage, a small area of stone is left unpainted in an arch shape. Inside the arch are a small rectangle painted gold, and another much smaller arch, these two shapes create the impression of a building interior. W25.5 H30 D3 On the back this work is labeled ‘Green Temple’ but on the list of sculptures it fits the description for the title ‘White Temple’.
A44 Luxor Metallic paint on granite A small piece of grey granite with a silhouetted building façade stenciled on to the centre of the stone using a gold metal pigment. W21 H7.5 D4
A45 Red Temple OR Phanom Rung Rosso Verona An irregular piece of Ross Verona stone, which has been sandblasted leaving only the silhouette of a temple (at Phanom Rung) in polished relief, to the right hand side of the stone. W21 H7.5 D4 See tracings in the building plans box for plans for this work. This work was used in computer manipulations at a later date.
A46 Banteay Srei c1995 Granite (?) Stone with squared off bottom edge and pointed at the opposite end. Stone has been sandblasted to reveal a floorplan of Banteay Srei set at an angle on the stone. W29 H42 D7 Work was shown at the Chelsea Physic Garden exhibition Natural Settings 1995. Banteay Srei is a temple in the area of Angkor (Cambodia) dedicated to the goddess Shiva.
A47 Ananda c1995 Pale beige and grey streaked stone sandblasted to reveal a floorplan of Ananda, the stone has been worn away more in some areas than others creating a weathered effect on its surface. W23.5 H26 D2 Work was shown at the Chelsea Physic Garden exhibition Natural Settings 1995.
A48 Khaj Lakshmana c1995 Long rough oblong of layered beige and grey stone sandblasted to reveal the floorplan of Khajuraho temple to the left end of the stone. W61.5 H21 D5 Work was shown at the Chelsea Physic Garden exhibition Natural Settings 1995.
A49 Bayon Core c1995 Long rough oblong of Rosso Verona, sandblasted to leave a floorplan of the core of Bayon temple in polished stone. The top end of the sculpture has been added at a later date and has been left polished. W48.5 H17 D3 Work was shown at the Chelsea Physic Garden exhibition Natural Settings 1995 without the additional stone added at the end. PRIVATE COLLECTION – CHARLES GARRAD
A50 Mahab Plan of a ratha from the site of Mahabalipuram on anb irregular sandblasted stone, which has a bluish tint; plan is in polished relief whereas the background is left opaque. W54 H33 D4 PRIVATE COLLECTION – LESLEY DAVIES
A51 Caracol Plan of temple in Mexico sandblasted on to a piece of white marble with 2 straight edges and 2 irregular edges. W62 H42.5 D4
A52 Not known A piece of grey stone, with 2 straight but roughly finished edges and 2 irregular edges; sandblasted to leave a floorplan of an unknown building in polished relief on the stone. W59 H47.5 D4
A53 St. Catherines c1996 Gold pigment on partly sandblasted red granite 74 x 108.5 x 4 Plan in floppy disc 2 file, disc 4 dated 1996
A54 Xian Mosque c1997 Psartly sandblasted Rosso Verona 28 x 130 x 4 Plan for Xian Mosque is in floppy disc file 3, St Maclou, dated 1997. Also can be found in 2002 computer file.
A55 Pancha c1998 Partly sandblasted white marble 38 x 92 x 4 Plan (under the name of Mahab) in floppy disc 1 file, work files, dated 1998. Also in 2002 computer file
A56 Barques of the Night Sun 1993 Blue pearl granite brass and wood. A large slab of granite painted with silohuettes of rowing boats. 53.5 x 129 x 2 This sculpture leans against the wall and should have a pair of brass oars to lean with it. PRIVATE COLLECTION – KAY MACLAURIN
A57 St. Maclou 1998 Plan of Aitre St Maclou sandblasted on to red veined stone slab 47 x 46 x 2.5 This piece was especially made for the Terrains Vagues exhibition in Rouen.
A58 Angkor c1998 Partly sandblasted stone slab 58 x 78.5 x 5 Ref in 1998 and in Floppies box 3
A59 Suleyman c1998 Sandblasted stone slab 44 x 59 x 4
A60 Ananda Burma c1997 Irregular stone slab sandblasted to reveal polished building footprint 48 x 133 x 4
A61 Tanjore c1998 Stone slab sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint. 108 x 95.5 x 4 In computer files floppies box 3 and 2002
A62 Borobodur c1999 Granite sandblasted to reveal a building footprint 88 x 89 x 7.5 Referred to in 1998 works list, as 'mask to cut', inferring it was in its nascent stages. PRIVATE COLLECTION – CHRIS YETTON
A63 Bayon c2000 Large slab of Laguna green stone sandblasted to reveal a polished bullding footprint. 105 x 66 x 4 PRIVATE COLLECTION – MATT RUGG
A64 Kom Ombo c1998 Large slab of rose granite sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint 77.5 x 53 x 4
A65 Krak de Chevalier c1997 Large stone slab sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint 119 x 53 x 4 PRIVATE COLLECTION – SACHA CRADDOCK
A66 Baphuon c1997 Slab of light coloured stone sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint. 62 x 52 x 5 ON LOAN – SOPHIE YETTON
A67 Forbidden City Large slab of Rosso Verona sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint. 109 x 74 x 4
A68 Topkapi Harem c2000 Large slab of dark grey stone shot with pink veins sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint. 52.5 x 102 x 4
A69 Map Without Territories 01/04/1993 Polished green marble slab. 51 x 189 x 2 Leans against the wall and was orginally draped with an orange sarong. In photographs there appears to be a stupa on the top left corner.
A70 Not known c1997 Slab of blue pearl granite sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint. 58 x 55 x 5.5 Plan for this image can be found in computer file floppies box 1, file name tohbw.tif
A71 Banteay Kdei c1999 Large slab of pinkish-white stone sandblasted to reveal a polished building footprint. 157 x 79 x 4 A71 was being sandblasted in November 1998 according to works list of 1998, we can therefore assume it was finished in 1999
A72 Unfinished work Small slab of grey stone still with sandblasting mask attached. 51 x 35 x 3
A73 Not known 1993 Part of a large work made from blue pearl granite with a cut sheet copper attached. 78 x 24 x 4
A74 Khajuraho Large slab of Rosso Verona sandblasted to reveal a computer manipulated building footprint 109 x 90 x 4
A75 Kancipuram 1998 Small oblong slab of stone sandblasted to reveal a poiished building footprint. 70.5 x 23.5 x 5
A76 Somnathpur 01/09/1998 Travertine stone sandblasted to leave building plan relief in high gloss finish 32 x 43 x 2
A77 Not known c1984/5 Plaster mould of stupa painted black and varnished, decorated with loose gold leaf 19.5 x diameter 12 Tip is broken off and is in an envelope by the side of the sculpture
A78 Not known c1992-4 Large stone with red clay molded around the outside, smooth finish 15 x 10 x 7
A79 Not known c1992-4 Small red clay sculpture molded to form the shape of stupa silohuette with a rectangular porthole in the centre painted gold 6.5 x 4.5 x 1.5
A80 Not known c1992-4 Small red clay sculpture molded to form the shape of stupa silohuette with a rectangular porthole in the centre painted gold 9 x 6 x 1.5
A81 Not known c1992-4 Small red clay rectangular sculpture with two holes molded out from the middle 4.5 x 5 x 1.2
A82 Not known c1988 Sculpture of arrows and sheath. Sheath is made of finely woven metal threads of tarnished gold colour and is bent round to form a receptical for the arrows which are made of brass tubes with painted white feather tips. A copper strut is attached to the top of the sheath and swings around the front of finishing in a point and the bottom right hand corner. There are some wire trailing from the top of the sheath which are finished with small beads in the shape of seashells 97 x 30 x 15 PRIVATE COLLECTION – KAY MACLAUREN
A83 Not known C1985-89 (?) 75 x 45 x 25
A100.1 Aquafer III 1981 Aluminium and steel 234 x 96.5 x 41
A100.2 Nullah II 1980 Steel, aluminium, lead, clay, latex 245 x 65 x 60
A100.3 Tsunami I 1982 Aluminium, steel Photographed upside down
A100.4 Shive III 1979 wax, metal, cane held together with wire PUBLIC COLLECTION – TATE BRITAIN
A100.5 Shive VI 1979 Wax, bamboo, aluminium 213 cm (height) A slide of this sculpture can be found in the archive. ON LOAN – HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE
A100.6 Flux III 1979 Aluminium, bitumen,latex, clay, pigment 243 x 91 x 66 In the catalogue photograph the sculpture is pictured the wrong way up. PUBLIC COLLECTION – TATE BRITAIN
A100.7 Smoke Screen 1987 Metal and leather Shown in Metal in Motion exhibition.
A100.8 Unknown c1981 Archive photograph is from a selection of contact prints of the photographs of SC’s solo show at Nicola Jacobs Gallery (1982).
A100.9 Shive V (?) 1979 brass, wax, copper
A100.10 Flux I (?) 1979 Lead, aluminium, wax, steel 243 x 91 x 66
A100.11 Shive (?) 01/09/1978 steel, aluminium, bitumen, wax, copper
A100.12 Not known Collection of spare parts from sculpture
A100.13 Not known 1989 Plaster fashioned in to a fragile point perhaps representing a stupa tower
A100.14 Strip II 1978 ‘Aluminium angle set with white wax wood stained ... ... tied with copper wire galvanized steel set with white wax’ 259 Kept in a separate packing structure
A100.15 & A100.16 c1975-8 A100.15: lead, aluminium. A100.16: wax, rope, aluminium, steel. A100.16 is very fragile.
A100.17 Schist (?) 1978 Steel, aluminium, wax, copper
A100.18 Taiga I 1981 Aluminium and steel
A100.19 Nullah I 1980 Mixed media Piece is in two parts; the metal spray at the top of the sculpture fits in to a metal tube. ON LOAN – HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE
A100.20 Caesura IV 1980 Lead, steel, (latex?)
A100.21 Flux II 1979 Mixed media 243cm The bottom of the sculpture is missing, and the overall structure has been damaged in storage.
A100.22 Caesura III 1980 Mixed media
A100.23 Nullah V 1980 Image on slide in black lever arch file in Box 6
A100.24 Caesura I 1979 Bamboo, steel, aluminium, bitumen and clay Bitumen layer is crusty and chipping off.
A100.25 Close to the Wind 1984 Aluminium 148 x 183 x 117
A100.26 Not waving 1984 Aluminium and copper sculpted in to a curved boat shape with one end flicking outwards like a fish tail. 2 separate parts; 1 small cone of aluminium and 1 curved sheet of drilled aluminium
A100.27 Not known 1987 (?) Large sheet of metal painted white and bent in to a cone at one end, small piece of copper in the shape of a shoe horn which slots in to the end of the cone
A100.28 Not known 1993 (?) Large piece of hammered brass (?) curved in to shape. This work was originally placed on top of the stone in A73. There were more parts of the stone which fitted together in a jigsaw forming the full shape seen in A100.28. See 1993/4 picture file for images.
A100.29 Taiga III 1982 Struts of aluminium and steel held together with bent nails. The metal is painted in a palette of blue, green and white paint In good condition for display
A100.30 Caesura II 1980 Metal struts (in steel, aluminium and a darker metal) held together with wires and bent nails with areas of plaster pockets attached to the struts covered in resin. In good condition for display
A100.31 Taiga II 1981 Curving metal struts spray painted in varying shades of red, blue and white held together with wires, attached both to wall and floor. In good condition for display
A100.32 Aquafer IV 1981 Curving metal struts and thin slivers of sheet metal painted in white, red and deep blue green held together with wires and studs. In good condition for display
A100.33 Tangalle II 1984 A piece of sheet metal with a slight curved indent in the surface, painted blue-lilac, topped with a drilled aluminium hood, and supported by 2 thin metal pipes held in place on the floor by a copper cone. In good condition for display
A100.34 Tangalle I 1984 A piece of sheet metal with a line of punch marks running from the top in a curve to join the circular line of a curved indent, the metal is painted in acid pink. The sculpture is supported by a thin metal strut painted yellow which is secured to an aluminium spoon, nailed to the floor. Curving upwards from the top of the sheet is another strut with a small white crescent of metal attached to it, suspended above the sculpture. In good condition for display
A100.35 Burmese Nights 1984 Aluminium, steel and gold leaf. The sculpture consists of a main body of silver sheet metal hammered and bent in to shape and painted varying shades of purple, pink and blue. Bifurcated at the bottom, one ‘leg’ has a panel applied on to one side to form a cone, and topped with another panel of drilled metal; the other ‘leg’ is curled in one itself on the opposite side to the cone. The two ‘legs’ of the sculpture are supported by a series of 7 wire struts which run off the main body of the sculpture and drop to the floor in a slight curve. The top of the sheet metal been drilled to create slits in the sheet metal which are about 20cm long. Above the slits is a hammered indent which runs the length of the top of the sculpture. 63 x 35 x 17 In good condition for display