Eleanor Antin (b. 1935) began working as a visual artist in 1968, having established herself as a poet. Based in California, for the last five decades she has explored constructions of self-identity, constantly pushing at the limits of artistic genre. This far from traditional sculpture expands the very nature of how sculpture can be made, while being rooted in classical, figurative tradition. This display forms part of our continuing series of single-sculpture exhibitions highlighting examples of sculptural experimentation.