Keith Wilson - Roma

Steel, PU elastomer. Meadow Arts Commission (2008)

Keith Wilson - Roma

Steel, PU elastomer. Meadow Arts Commission (2008)

Keith Wilson - Roma

Steel, PU elastomer. Meadow Arts Commission (2008)

Keith Wilson

Keith Wilson is an artist best known for his playful interventions into the fabric of everyday life, appropriating familiar domestic or industrial objects - wardrobes, shelving, fire grates, cattle pens - often in a subtly humorous way. In recent years he has made large scale galvanised steel sculptures using the visual language of railings, street furniture, market stalls and cattle runs. These works are often 'performative', engaging the viewer and inviting them to interact physically with the work - leaning on it, sitting on it, or even playing around it.

Keith Wilson's work is held in many public collections including the Contemporary Art Society; Leeds City Art Gallery and the Saatchi Collection. Wilson has exhibited widely, most recently at the Royal Academy; Milton Keynes Gallery; Compton Verney. and the New Arts Centre; he co-curated ‘The Object Sculpture’ exhibition for the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds.

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