- Purchased 2013
- Forton, acrylic paint, varnish
- 150 x 285 x 147mm
Australian artist Callum Morton is renowned for works that recast structures and building materials as repositories for human dreams and memories. Here, modern architecture’s humblest unit – the cinder-block – receives a rainbow paint-job that confuses and complicates its purpose. Are these the building blocks of a brighter future or the wistful relics of a destroyed utopia?
(Unseen: The Changing Collection, 18 December 2015 – 19 June 2016)