Turner tosh

Read the small print, however, and you find that what you are in the presence of is something rather more significant. “Wilkes’s installations apprehend an end point in our understanding of things as they are – a point at which words become insufficient and the naming of objects is disconnected from our experience of them” (that is to say, “I can’t think of any way of describing this”). And that is not all. “These precisely placed constellations of ready mades, sculptures, found objects and manipulated images form an uncompromising questioning of the self, and a constant desire to move beyond what is known.”

That particular constant desire is also what takes you as swiftly as possible to the next room…

Thanks to sit down man, you’re a bloody tragedy for pointing to Tim Adamscontribution to the war on art bollocks.

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