• Fred Sandback

    Galerie Jurgen Becker

    From the floor to the wall, from the ceiling to the floor, or along the wall the little material of Fred Sandback was stretched: yarn, steel rods, and occasionally elastic. Wherever spaces inspired, Sandback spun his threads in order to create lines and imaginary separations. It is always a two-or three-dimensional geometric figure that seizes the space. Sandback comments, “I’m always in a dialogue with an artificial environment that someone else has constructed.”

    Over the past 25 years Sandback’s work has found its place in the history of sculpture. His thread marks the border between a world

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