Untitled I (A Homage), 2018
Plaster, wood, steel tube, PVA, white paint, acrylic., and iron wire. 29.7 × 42 x 25cm
Found materials, such as plaster, wood, iron, and forms habitually made, are used to create assemblages. Finally, the sculpture is coated in white paint, which neutralises the assembled materials and renders the newly formed object into a coherent whole.
Twombly once said, "white paint is my marble". The work recalls the traditions of Egyptian, Greek, and Roman sculpture while also subverting marble's classical connotation of perfection on the roughly handled and painted surfaces.