Curatorial Art Practice in Ramsgate and beyond

Anthony Hill

[…] I feel it would be more appropriate to use the terms ‘physical’ and ‘thematic’; architectonical and mathematical can be too easily misinterpreted. The physical has to do with the context: light, space, dimensions, materials, movement, etc.; whereas the architectonic, which can imply these things, is equally applicable to purely structural themes as well as some kind of philosophical approach. In the same way the mathematical can be seen as ‘inner architecture’, and/or systems of thought. – Anthony Hill in conversation with Kenneth Frampton, ‘Studio International’, October 1966

Photo by Roland Scherman. Published in Anthony Hill, ‘Desiderata (1971)’, ‘Studio International’, May 1972

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Published on 28 January 2013 at 1736 × 1310 in The Artists


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