Dennis Wheeler

  • Ronald Bladen and Robert Murray in Vancouver

    ROBERT MURRAY HAS HAD his sculpture fabricated since 1960 in factory situations. He is familiar with the processes and besides his involvement throughout the manufacturing, he has also been influenced by the objective esthetics of warehouse conditions and machinery. There is absolutely nothing new in the scale of sculpture being bound up in its mode of production but the influence of the Lippincott technology on Murray’s work is directly intelligible in ’the proficiency and ease with which otherwise ponderous sheets of metal unfold themselves. The scale of the sculpture is responsible to no