Perth-born artist Rebecca Baumann is an artist well worth keeping an eye on. Her diverse practice encompasses performance, installation, and sculpture, but she is best known for her fantastic kinetic sculptures such as “Automated Colour Field.”
The Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA) have just released for sale an amazing limited edition kinetic work by Baumann as part of their 2013 PICA Salon exhibition. A new iteration of her celebrated “Colour Clock” kinetic sculpture series, the unique “Colour Clock (CMYK)” edition consists of two of the artists vibrant and colorful flip-clocks which can either be wall-mounted or placed on a flat surface such as a desk or shelf.
If you have seen one of Baumann’s engaging and engrossing large-scale flip clock installations in person then you will be aware of their allure. The launch of “Colour Clock (CMYK)” represents the opportunity to acquire your very own version of Baumann’s “Colour Clock” series for $1,650. Released as an edition of 30, the work is currently available for advance purchase by PICA ART1000 and ART5000 donors. If you don't want to miss out on the opportunity to purchase one of the “Colour Clock (CMYK)” edition then you can find out more about becoming a ART1000 or ART5000 donor here. For more information on the “Colour Clock (CMYK)” visit the PICA website here.
Rebecca Baumann has risen through the ranks of the Australian art scene to become one of the most sought-after artists of her generation. She was chosen to participate in the 2011 edition of the Primavera exhibition at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art and has received multiple awards for her work including the Qantas Spirit of Youth Award for Visual Arts and the Art & Australia/Credit Suisse Private Banking Contemporary Art Award.
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See Rebecca talk about her work in the video below.