A retrospective exhibition of sculptures and drawings from public and private collections in the UK, Europe and the USA selected by the artist and Ronald Alley. A catalogue was published to accompany the show, with an introduction by Alley, an essay on her early work by Nicolete Gray and an account by Dr Oxenaar of the installation of the Hepworth collection at Otterlo and its arrangement out of doors in relation to the Rietweld Paviliosn. No ISBN number
An artwork comprised of many and various elements of miscellaneous materials (see mixed media), light and sound, which is conceived for and occupies an entire space, gallery or site. The viewer can often enter or walk around the installation. Installations may only exist as long as they are installed, but can be re-created in different sites. Installation art emerged in the 1960s out of Environmental Art (works of art which are three-dimensional environments), but it was not until the 1970s that the term came into common use and not until the late 1980s that artists started to specialise in this kind of work, creating a genre of ‘Installation Art’. The term can also be applied to the arrangement of selected art works in an exhibition.
UK, London, Tate Gallery
- 03 April 1968 − 19 May 1968