Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
FESTIVAL: Edinburgh Art Festival
Turner Prize winner Richard Wright was commissioned by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art to make a permanent painting in the west stairwell of their building for the Edinburgh Art Festival 2010.
The work is comprised of thousands of individually painted, small organic shapes – the size, orientation, direction and exact positioning of each form is dictated by a complex and unseen set of force lines radiating out from key focal points. The effect is both dizzying and spectacular, not unlike a black on white version of the webs of stars in the night sky.
Running time: 480 mins
This event has no further performances scheduled at this time