To acknowledge that two-dimensional pictures rendered on surfaces of canvas and board are something more than planar images. After all, materials required to produce a painting are three-dimensional liquids, cloths, timbers and powders. So it’s fair to make a case that paintings are sculptural objects to some extent. They are not sculptures, but they are in some sense sculptural.
Support Structure assembles the work of artists who paint in a sculptural way. Acknowledging the physicality of paintings these artists produce artwork that blurs the boundary between media and offers ways of rethinking the nature of contemporary painting.
Curated by Kent Wilson