The ceramic triangle shapes, glazed in different colours, remind of bone structures which are in a sloppy manner combined with plastic wax. Each of the sculptures' three legs seems to represent an axis, like a starting point or cornerstone of a new construction. Presenting corners in this particular time, the positioning of the sculptures with the opening facing outward aims to give a feeling of inclusion and thus stands against the trend of reinforcing in and outgroups and the strengthening of external borders.
Charlotte Dualé (born 1982, Paris) is a sculptor and artist, primarily working with ceramics. Dualé obtained a Master's degree in visual communication from ESAG Paris and worked in documentary photography before pursuing her Master in fine arts at Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin. She was engaged in the Goldrausch project in Berlin in 2014 and was awarded the Karl-Schmidt-Rottluff Stipendium in 2016. In recent years, Dualé's works have been shown at Noah Klink Gallery, Berlin and Kunsthalle Düsseldorf in 2019, GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst Bremen in 2018, Eigen+Art Lab Berlin in 2017 and Kunstverein Hamburg in 2015.
OPEN WHITE is a contemporary art space exhibiting painting, sculpture and video art. We set out to provide a temporary setting in which to represent a group of emerging, predominantly young fine artists from across the world. Throughout the year, the gallery will be relocating to new spaces, curating a succession of exhibitions that are open to all.