John Chamberlain: The Tighter They’re Wound, the Harder They Unravel

Chamberlain’s first survey in more than a decade sees Dia Art Foundation and Urs Fischer bring a swath of the late artist’s sculptures, made from foam, appliance parts, resin, and air ducts, to three floors of the Aspen Art Museum. Alongside his sculptures, which range in scale from miniscule to monumental, viewers can also look forward to seeing examples of Chamberlain’s “psychedelic” photography practice. A ground-floor display of large-scale works on loan from the Dia Art Foundation show his adventures in “articulate wadding,” his choice words for his techniques of folding and compressing all manner of materials. 

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