Item NMC/1047 - Scratch Hotel No.2

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Scratch Hotel No.2


  • 2007 (Creation)

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Black and white etching.

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Tom Sander was born in Hull in 1984 and studied at Leeds College of Art & Design between 2002 and 2003 and then at Glasgow School of Art from 2003 to 2007. In 2005 he studied at The School of Art Institute of Chicago. He was the recipient of the Glasgow Sculpture Studios graduate award 2007; The Glasgow Print Studios graduate award 2007, W.O. Hutchenson Prize for Drawing 2007 and the W.A.S.P.S graduate studio award 2007 . Sander’s works develop from an interest in recording pattern and incident in everyday life and a fascination in how the built environment is interrupted by improvisation, spontaneity and decay. The outcomes oscillate between 2D and 3D production including drawings, etchings, collage, objects and actions.

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Purchase, W.O. Hutchison Prize, 2007, Environmental Art.

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Black and white etching

Dimensions: 430 x 282 mm

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