Suzanne Harris

Sculpture

March 17–29, 1973 112 Greene Street/Workshop
Performance view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973"
Performance view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973"
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Installation view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973
Installation view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973

Exhibition Description

“Flying Machines, The Wheels, Enclosed Space Form and Z are new works made by that sculptor/performer Suzanne Harris. She describes Flying Machines as ‘an attempt for two to defy gravity with minimum aid: visually sadistic until set in motion. A most sensation of flying.’ It’s a 12 foot long structure suspended from the ceiling and raised by winch constructed out of wood, rubber, nylon rope, 1/4 inch cable, with harness like contraptions for the performers.” [reviewed by Avalanche]

Exhibition Invitation

Invitation for "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973
Invitation for "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973

Related Press

Avalanche review of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973
Avalanche review of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973
Performance view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973"
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Installation view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973
Performance view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973"
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Suzanne Harris, "Flying Machine," 1973
Installation view of "Suzanne Harris: Sculpture," 1973