Baroque for blokes



A stroll around the website of Belgian conceptual artist Wim Delvoye is certainly diverting. The association of baroque with feminine is challenged by his large mechanical structures cast in intricate Gothic forms. But you have to wonder, who actually made these works? Delvoye has been able to access an amazing foundry. It is possible that David Elliott will include some of his work in the next Sydney Biennale, though it is likely to be his performance work with tattooed pigs. But that’s another story.

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