Foundational assumptions about the permanence and materiality of structures are called into question in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s latest exhibition. It considers the boundaries between sculpture and the built environment, a fertile ground for artistic inquiry, and one which forces us to actively think about the constructions in which much of daily life takes place. [Re]construct, presented in the 18th century Chapel space of the YSP near Wakefield, demonstrates the myriad ways in which artists have incorporated the materials and designs of architecture, through works which have been selected by the curators from the Arts Council Collection.
Until 25 June, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield. For more information: www.ysp.co.uk
1. Cornelia Parker, Neither From Nor Towards, 1992. Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London. © the artist.