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Singing Sculpture by Gilbert & George

wooden toy sculpture
hand-painted wood with moveable parts
4.5" h. x 2" diameter

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OBJECT DESCRIPTION



Don’t call it performance art: In 1971, Gilbert & George debuted Singing Sculpture, a piece where the duo danced robotically to “Under the Arches,” played on a tape recorder. (They called it “living sculpture.”) Based on vintage push toys, this small object replicates the artist's work and lets you send the artists’ puppet doppelgängers into a dance dip (but, no, it doesn't sing...).