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Folio: Alice Aycock: The Indian World View

The interplay of architecture, sculpture and human and celestial languages


Alice Aycock’s The Indian World View: With Five Deepest Hells Doubled (1985) is on show at a retrospective of her work at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art (Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories are Worth Repeating, until 20 April). Nicholas Olsberg discusses the interplay of architecture and sculpture, and human and celestial languages in her oeuvre (AR March 2014)

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