Under The Hammer Week 3/17 : Frame

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Angry Smurf

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Barb

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Percy

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Pants Power

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Belly Button Boy

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Mickey

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Bubble Eyes

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Robocop

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Flower Girl

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Mad Dog

2011 Photograph, Digital Lambda Archival Matt Print, Mounted to 3mm White DiBond, Aluminium Subframe 142 x 102 cm Edition of 17

Under The Hammer Week 3/17 : Frame

1 May 2017

During this fouth week, UNDER THE HAMMER presents to you Ram an (Un)original inspired by Picasso’s Bull’s Head sculpture created in 1942.

During this fouth week, UNDER THE HAMMER presents to you Ram an (Un)original inspired by Picasso’s Bull’s Head sculpture created in 1942.

“One day, in a pile of objects all jumbled up together, I found an old bicycle seat right next to a rusty set of handlebars. In a flash, they joined together in my head. The idea of the Bull’s Head came to me before I had a chance to think. All I did was weld them together… [but] if you were only to see the bull’s head and not the bicycle seat and handlebars that form it, the sculpture would lose some of its impact.” Pablo Picasso

Williams likes to play/work with the notion of ‘recontextualized objects’. He uses art to transfigure common objects until viewers see them in both of their forms simultaneously (usual and artistic).

Williams’ adage: "It is not what we look at that matters but how we look at it.".