1946, St. Paul’s Cray, England. Lives and works in New York, USA
Anthony McCall’s research articulates concepts related to cinema, performance art, sculpture and drawing. The artist became known for his “solid-light” sculptures – projected animations tridimensionalized by the emission of smoke, which arouse feelings in the observer while beckoning for interactivity. At the beginning of his career, McCall was also outstanding in the English cinematographic vanguard for his production of films based on minimalist performances made outdoors, in England.