Swedish/American, Clay Ketter was first acknowledged for his Wall Paintings (1992-99), featuring plasterboards with spackle over screws and joints. They were both strikingly beautiful abstract paintings and sort of fabricated ready-mades, less finished than the walls they were hung on. Combining consistency and innovation, Ketter has continued to produce works at the junctures of architecture, sculpture and painting. The variation between medias, establishes layers of complexity but the terse composition of his works is always visually arresting.
Edited by Clay Ketter and Magnus af Petersens
240 pages, 150 colour plates
21,7 x 28 cm,
Hard cover. Bilingual: english/swedish.
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