Holly Hendry presents a new series of floor-based sculptures
In Victoria Gallery & Museum’s Tate Hall, Hendry presents a series of floor-based sculptures. The works are cross-sections taken from layers of materials including jesmonite, cement and oak and embedded with found objects.
Hendry is interested in defining the architecture of spaces by exploring the possibilities, such as surface, colour and density, inherent in a wide range of materials through her installations. The shifting scales and unusual positioning of her often-monumental works encourage visitors to consider sculpture in dialogue with their surroundings, whilst also considering absence as hollow spaces or voids.