Renowned New Zealand artist Len Lye’s word for good art was 'Zizz'. Few would argue that the term should be unreservedly applied to Lye’s own painting, sculpture, photography and filmmaking, all of which are scrutinised in Roger Horrock’s new book Zizz: The Life and Art of Len Lye.
Horrocks worked as an assistant to Lye in New York in the last year of the artist’s life and presents a highly informed hour celebrating one of this country’s most intriguing and progressive artists.
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