Tankhenge, Berlin, 1992
Joe Rush's galleries are the ghostly places of a military-industrial world:
disused factories, derelict train stations,
dilapidated urban warehouses, no man's lands; and the fields of festivals.
They are the theatre of his monumental political and environmental works
in which he forges a marginal and ephemeral world where the environment imposes a mutation
and the spectator becomes a performer.