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British artist Anthony Cragg’s sculptures are massive yet lightweight, planted firmly in space without ever seeming static. Starting in many cases from figurative drawings, the dynamic sculptures bear intriguing traces of the processes that created them, from the artist’s encounter with his chosen material to the inner force that guided their creation. As such, Cragg’s sculptures reveal the infinite possibilities of form, as they grow upon themselves and evolve in conversation with one another, all while obeying the laws of nature that govern all living organisms. Anthony Cragg: Endless Form features the artist’s most recent work, exhibited at Nivola Museum in Orani, Sardinia, Italy, with ample illustrations and an essay by British scholar and curator Mark Gisbourne.