Sara Barker and Ryder Architecture: The subtle knife (2013)

BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

Explore 'The subtle knife', a joint commission by Sara Barker and Ryder Architecture

SARA BARKER: MATERIALS
Working with a combination of painting, welding and jewellery-making techniques, Barker (born Manchester, 1980) draws out unexpected properties in material with a sculptural fluidity and lightness.
RYDER ARCHITECTURE
Founded in 1953 as Ryder and Yates, Ryder Architecture is a leading architectural practice based in Newcastle upon Tyne, Liverpool, Glasgow and London. With its early achievements rooted in the European Modernism of Le Corbusier and Berthold Lubetkin, the practice has an integrated approach, designing buildings which elegantly fuse form with function.
ARCHITECTURE SPACE
Barker and Ryder have collaborated to produce an ambitious new sculptural work for BALTIC’s remodelled Level 2 gallery which explores and responds to the volume and architecture of the space.
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Sara Barker and Ryder Architecture, The subtle knife 2013
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

Photos: Colin Davison

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