Anish Kapoor is one of the most influential sculptors of his generation who has worked in London since the 1970s and changed the perception of contemporary sculptural art through his mind-bending sculptures. He maneuvers between vastly different scales and across various series of public sculptures that are both adventurous in form and in engineering. The resulting visual and psychological experiences draw its viewers into the artist's poetic sculptural language. Anish Kapoor’s geometric or biomorphic sculptures of the 1980s were often monochromatic and brightly coloured, composed of simple materials such as limestone and other naturalistic materials in curved form. In the late 1980s and 1990s, Kapoor was particularly acclaimed for his explorations on matter and non-matter, specifically evoking the void in both his ambitious installations and freestanding sculptural works.