Richard T. Walker

British

1977, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

Bay-Area based British artist Richard T. Walker discusses his conceptual sculpture a paradox in distance (2014), included in SFMOMA’s exhibition Soundtracks. In this sound-based work, he meditates on the allure of distance in both landscapes and romantic relationships, and reflects on the ability for music to fill the gaps between meaning and expression that words often fail to bridge.

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