|Review from May 2013 show in Idstein, Germany|
Adrian Bayreuther with exhibits of the exhibition - including the only sculpture (Ghost Dancers), created in April by Harriette Lawler from New Mexico.
Originally from the U.S. artist Harriette Lawler presented a sculpture. Her "Ghost Dancers" are made of corrugated aluminum. Copper wire marks the heads, arms and legs of the dancers. Their fluttering robes combine a haunting way with the four anonymous people. They stretch their hands swinging to the right and her dancing legs move in the air. The figures seem to move, yet are stable and balanced in their ghostly dance.
Artist's note: The article states that my material is 'corrugated aluminum', but this is incorrect. The aluminum in the piece is smooth, not corrugated.
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