Angela Bulloch is interested in systems that structure social behaviour. Her functional sculptures, light and sound works play with the ways in which we construct and interpret different types of information, be it related to art, literature, cinema, music, or issues of ownership and authorship. Her multi-disciplinary installations marry conceptual rigour with sensuousness and humour.
Kunsthaus Glarus, Glarus, Switzerland In 1971, in a text entitled 'A Cinematic Atopia', Robert Smithson imagined a near future where cinema has expanded into a 'deafening pale abstraction controlled by computers'. Three decades later, with Z-Point (2001), the central element of Angela Bulloch's exhibition at Kunsthaus Glarus, what was once speculation has become a reality.