Ten Opening Frames

Radoslav Kratina

Radoslav Kratina - Ten Opening Frames
Starting in 1965, Radoslav Kratina continuously worked with a geometric vocabulary and the principle of an artwork’s transformability. His compositions of rationally arranged forms that can be changed by a simple touch of the hand offer endless variations and encouraging the viewer to actively co-create the artwork. Kratina’s early transformable objects of wood looked like reliefs designed for the frontal view. In the early 1970s, he began to use metal, which enabled a more complex spatial arrangement of precise geometric elements and their blending with the outer space as well as various apertures.
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measurements: height 36,5 cm
material: chrome-plated iron, brass
inventory number: P 7869
gallery collection: Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art
licence: copyrighted work

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