Wounds and Other Absent Objects Trailer

Wounds and Other Absent Objects Trailer (1997)

06 October 1997 8 mins

Short film by Anish Kapoor commissioned by BBC Channel 4 as part of the 'TV Sculpture' programme. The impact of Anish Kapoor's sculpture is immediate while its full meaning is more elusive and mysterious. His visual puzzles are tailor-made for television. For Wounds and Other Absent Objects Kapoor has created an electronic palette with which to explore the physical power of colour. Premiered 6 October1997.

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