Marcius Galan

Marcius Galan

Three Sections, 2013, wood, floor wax and paint on wall installation view, White Cube, London

Marcius Galan explores the metaphorical capacities of space and our relation to it through his wide-ranging practice which includes installation, sculpture, photography and video. With a recognisably minimal aesthetic, Galan employs abstract geometry to delineate the political and social implications of his chosen environments, deconstructing the codes of objects established through everyday use. Whilst these configurations are always executed with graphic simplicity, Galan’s works are in fact complex material experiments that interrogate the functions, limits and frontiers of space and by extension, the socio-political systems which reside therein.

Black flag, 2012, wood, folded and painted iron, 3,5 x 150 x 200 cm

A line contains infinite points, 2011, wood, paint, map pins, 200 x 300 board, wall dimensions variable

Abstract Cartography - between maps, 2012, installation with paint on paper and pins on wall, edition: 1/3 + PA, 70 x 100 cm each, dimensions variable

Untitled, 2015, concrete, metal, 20 x 60 x 70 cm (concrete), 10 x 9.5 cm (metal)

Uri Gueller #3, 2011, painted iron and wood, 145 x 177 x 90 cm

Plan and elevation drawing (flow chart), 2013, wood and paint, edition: 1/3, dimensions variable

 

 

 

 


Courtesy of the Artist
Marcius Galan
www.galerialuisastrina.com.br

 

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