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BILL CULBERT at the 1ST INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN CARTAGENA

After the success of his solo exhibition Front Door Out Back for the New Zealand Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2013, Bill Culbert has been invited to participate in the first International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena de Indias. On this occasion, Culbert presents Flotsam Cartagena, a site-specific light installation built from fluorescent tubes and PVC bottles, creating a densely populated field—a carpet of colour, as if deposited by the tide, reminding us of the vast quantities of disposable plastic that pollute the oceans and rivers of the world. More information on the work available here: BIACI – Bill Culbert.

Bill Culbert, Flotsam Cartogena, 2014. Installation. Fluorescent tubes and cables. Variable dimensions.

Bill Culbert, Flotsam Cartogena, 2014. Installation. Fluorescent tubes and cables. Variable dimensions.

For more information on Bill Culbert, see the artist’s past exhibitions.

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