Noor, Yudi b.1971 / Entering to Nothing Else
about this work
The work is in three parts, the metal stand, the wood base, and the neon cube - the teak wood is the body of a colonial style table and the neon cube echoes the work of Sol Lewitt. The diversity of objects and materials here form a temple composition and are used in what Yudi describes as “the architecture of materials”. ENTERING INTO NOTHING ELSE as a title comes from two songs from Metallica: Enter Sandman and Nothing Else Matters. Following on from Yudi's interest in the trinity of truth, he describes, “your truth, my truth, and the truth itself, if in harmony lead to nothing else, an emptiness of self and an acceptance of the other.”

Yudi Noor (b.1971, Indonesia)

Entering to Nothing Else, 2010

Neon light, transformer, teak wood, steel, plastic, tape and zinc
180 x 53 x 53 cm.
70 7/8 x 20 7/8 x 20 7/8 in.
Nettie Horn Gallery, London, UK Current Location:
UK - Phillips, London SculptureSouth Asia

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