This publication is the first monograph dedicated to Sam Moyer's stone works. Through counterposing objects such as broken marble slabs, bronze, found and dyed fabrics, Moyer’s works undulate in both their sense of materiality and history. In contextualising the materials into the language of painting, Moyer not only fuses painting and sculpture, but in doing so, allows for the raw materials to resonate as minimalist forms. Once components of functioning structures, these compressions become formal works: emphasising their form and colour, layered metaphors of an architectural space.
96 pages, 27 x 22 cm, hardcover, Triangle Books (Brussels).