Biography of Angela Bulloch
The sculptures and installations of Angela Bulloch reveal her interest in patterns and systems, light and sound, aesthetics and mathematics. She is famous for her "pixel boxes"—lightboxes seemingly consisting of cubes stacked on top of each other which subtly change color and create abstract visual constellations. With influence of minimalism and modernism, Bulloch often works with the notion of the grid and the monochrome, laced with a keen interest in viewer interaction.
A part of the Young British Artists, Angela Bulloch studied at Goldsmiths College in the mid-eighties and was part of the famous Freeze exhibition of 1988 curated by Damien Hirst. Born in 1966, she now lives and works between London and Berlin. Major solo and group shows include the Centre George Pompidou, Paris, Tate Liverpool, and the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Bulloch also created an installation for the ceiling of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.