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Miguel Ângelo Rocha

Miguel Ângelo Rocha’s (b. 1964, Lisbon) sculptures employ a wide variety of materials, many of which are characterised by their fragility such as cardboard, bamboo, feather, stone, rice paper amongst others. This sculpture takes the form of a three-dimensional drawing in space. Dynamic, red lines appear to an extend from an object at the base of the sculpture. Drawn in the form of a rough sketch, appearing unconscious and random, they invade the space in an extensive composition. Appearing to spring off the gallery floor or bounce against the walls, it reverberates and echoes, appropriating the space to appear like a giant, automatic drawing.


  1. Miguel Ângelo Rocha Echo, 2007

    Bois de balsa, bois de pin, contreplaqué, peinture acrylique, fibre de coton
    75 x 75 x 37 cm
    Collection Mudam Luxembourg
    Donation 2008 – Les Amis des Musées d’Art et d’Histoire Luxembourg
    © Photo : Miguel Ângelo Guerreiro

  1. Miguel Ângelo Rocha Against the Wall. Towards the Rear, 2007–2008

    Meuble de récupération, contre-plaqué peint
    228 x 487 x 152 cm
    Collection Mudam Luxembourg
    Acquisition 2010
    Vue de l’exposition Les Détours de l’Abstraction . Collection Mudam, 21.03 – 04.11.2012, Mudam Luxembourg
    © Photo : Andrés Lejona | Mudam Luxembourg

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