- Eva Lootz Vienna, Austria, 1940
- Material:Sheep wool and tar
- Descriptive technique:A work made up of five lambswool reliefs, arranged, from left to right, from the lightest to the darkest tone
- Dimensions:Each part: 58 x 58 cm
- Category: Sculpture
- Register number:AS11706
Sculptor Eva Lootz’s concerns centre on experimenting with how materials behave, the meaning of their properties when perceived in isolation and analysing the relationships created between them when they are shown as a whole. With respect to the sculpture displayed here, sheep’s wool and tar – white and black – define their own materiality individually, visually coexisting with greater and greater intensity, and progressively.