(Australia 22 Oct 1942 – )
- Not on display
- Further information
Tables can be thought of as concrete objects, or as abstract lists.
'Kandinsky's table' conflates the two meanings of the word; combining the drawn table with a visual "list" (or table) of colours which Kandinsky theorised as represented by geometric forms.
These colours - portrayed in the upper section as though on an artist's palette - are mapped (or listed) to their respective solid forms in the lower section by the small graph paper images above them. There is a deliberate visual ambiguity between the physical location of the crosses in the graphs and the colours used to depict them.
Artist's statement, 2006
© Australian Art Department, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2006
- Place of origin
New South Wales,
- colour screenprint on white BFK Rives paper
- 63.4 x 57.2 cm image; 79.9 x 59.8 cm sheet
- Signature & date
- Signed and dated l.r., pencil "Barker 1978".
- Purchased 1978
- Accession number